Brian Dillard served 10 years active duty in the U.S. Air Force as a cybersecurity specialist.
The candidates, recommended by Council’s Governance Committee last week, will join two new County appointees on the board.
The full San Antonio City Council will vote April 12 on appointing the candidates – Brian Dillard, Ezra Johnson, and Amanda Merck.
Neighborhood politics often created an unnecessary distraction that kept us from creating a greater impact on our Eastside community.
Eastside leaders question if the townhomes’ design and density fit into growth plans for the nearby Dignowity Hill and St. Paul Square historic districts.
As San Antonio pursues an national and international presence some have asked how important local leaders’ hometown roots really are.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated throughout.
Local attorney William “Cruz” Shaw will likely resign from his position as chairman of the City of San Antonio’s Zoning Commission in the coming months and announce his candidacy for the District 2 spot on City Council.
San Antonio’s 2017 $850 million municipal bond program, the largest bond program in city history, brings with it an opportunity to invest in capital projects across the city.