Last week San Antonio showed us two worlds – one where leaders showed up to lead, and one where a pretender went absent and showed us an alternative.
Fire union President Chris Steele backed out of a scheduled panel discussion Thursday night with Mayor Ron Nirenberg.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and firefighters union President Chris Steele are slated to to discuss three controversial propositions on the November ballot.
The political action committee fighting three proposed charter amendments will officially launch its “Go Vote No” campaign Saturday morning at La Villita.
It’s a felony to buy votes in Texas, but there’s a loophole – buy petition signatures instead of votes and hope for a winning outcome at the polls.
The biggest issue facing San Antonio’s citizens is protecting our system of municipal government from a union hijacking.
The lawsuit says that while seeking signatures in designated “free speech areas,” petitioners were threatened with arrest.
Three ballot initiatives pushed by San Antonio’s firefighter union leadership are intended to disrupt responsible city government as we know it.
Members of the fire union, its president, and a petition consultant delivered 15 boxes filled with “more than 100,000” signatures to the City Clerk Wednesday.
The fire union has repeatedly said it won’t negotiate until the City drops its lawsuit against the current contract’s 10-year “evergreen” clause.