VIA Metropolitan Transit is proposing a $249 million budget for fiscal year 2020, a $10 million increase from its 2019 budget.
The impact of San Antonio’s yearlong celebrations, in terms of dollars and data, won’t be known until the completion of follow-up studies in 2019.
VIA plans to expand its Prímo services and increase frequency along several routes.
I’ve had the pleasure to serve as a member of the San Antonio City Council for about 30 days now.
Relations between San Antonio’s police and firefighters union and the City of San Antonio, already badly frayed, are about to get worse if you believe the union Facebook postings.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum and Opera of San Antonio, two high profile newcomers to San Antonio’s growing arts and culture universe, apparently will secure city funding for the coming year despite low grades from the City’s Department for Culture and Creative Development (DCCD) and an independent panel assembled to review and rate funding applicants.
As we approach the Sept.
David W. McCary is tall, always elegantly dressed and a courtly speaker.
Riding a growing tax base driven by $1.5 billion in new residential development and $623 million in commercial development in Bexar County over the last year, Commissioners Court called for the first tax rate cut since 1994.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley presented newly elected Mayor Ivy Taylor and an eight-member City Council the 2015 Proposed Operating and Capital Budget on Thursday.