Nearly all of the work in the City’s climate action plan originally assigned to UTSA has been passed to Navigant Consulting.
The garage is one of the few proposed changes to the park that survived a contentious public debate in 2016.
Revenue from the higher tax rate would mostly go toward improvements in the River Authority’s ability to study and predict catastrophic flooding.
The cemetery is the resting place of the ancestors of some of Bexar County’s black farm and ranch families.
A federal judge in San Antonio has ruled in favor of the EAA in a water case that could have led to changes in the authority’s governing board.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has allocated $1.5 million for a pilot project to determine whether manmade wetlands can help filter pollution leaving Mitchell Lake.
The discussion centered on whether CPS Energy’s 25-year plan is an adequate response to global warming caused by burning fossil fuels.
The controlled burns planned for June will help regenerate native tallgrass prairie grasses and flowers and help keep out small trees, shrubs, and unwanted plants.
Students say public agencies could make data about spills more accessible, increasing the issue’s visibility and helping target solutions.
San Antonio’s last ditch commissioner lies at the end of a flowing stream of history that ties San Antonio to the land and its roots.