On Friday, ice skaters can try out downtown San Antonio’s first outdoor ice rink at Travis Park, which will be open before the annual tree lighting.
A move to include bike lanes in the design for lower Broadway failed Monday, but a separate zoning vote could still bring the issue before City Council next year.
Four months into the job as Centro’s CEO, Matt Brown talks about how the mission of Centro SA aligns with his professional vision.
Matt Brown, former director of the Office of Economic Development in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the new Centro San Antonio chief executive officer.
Parking rates at nine City-owned parking lots and garages in and around downtown San Antonio may increase by $3 to $4 next year during large events.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
Of the approximately $291,000 embezzled from Centro San Antonio, none were taxpayer dollars, according to a third-party audit firm hired by the City.
When it comes to public policy, it is easy to get caught up in the “scandal of the day” and miss the larger picture.
No arrests have been made or charges filed against the former accountant for Centro San Antonio, who is accused of embezzling an estimated $260,000
New rules, such as background checks and procurement transparency, may be required of certain organizations doing business with the City of San Antonio.