Commentary: This week brings into focus two key education initiatives. Each one holds the promise of elevating San Antonio’s low education outcomes.
Commentary: Given the importance of last-mile mobility options, bike-share should be seen by the City of San Antonio and Bexar County as an essential tool.
Commentary: Under Castro, new levels of public incentives and infrastructure investment spurred private sector developers eager to meet growing market demand for urban life and work.
Commentary: Moving St. Mary’s law school downtown will only accelerate growth and development in the state’s most historic and inviting center city.
Commentary: The University of the Incarnate Word needs to take responsibility for the wrongful conduct of a rogue cop on the university force.
Commentary: City voters get their drinking water from the Edwards Aquifer. Far fewer of them ride VIA buses, so the natural inclination is to vote one’s personal needs or interests.
Commentary: San Antonio’s transit needs are urgent, but without a funding plan for aquifer protection it will be hard to convince voters to reallocate the one-eighth-cent sales tax to VIA.
Commentary: It’s the talented and dedicated individuals working at the Rivard Report who deliver the real value.
Commentary: CityFest 2019 was a day to meet the talented people who bring our online report to life and, for me, a day to proudly watch and listen.
Commentary: As Julián Castro’s “Decade of Downtown” comes to an end, we must consider what are San Antonio’s most urgent needs?