The ordinance, which could be enacted through a vote by City Council or the public, would entitle nearly all private-sector employees to paid sick leave.
Soules contends that review board members don’t get to deliberate on some ethics complaints because they are dismissed by the city’s compliance officer.
San Antonio City Council voted unanimously to hire Andrew “Andy” Segovia, a U.S. Navy veteran and San Antonio native, as the new city attorney on Tuesday morning.
This holiday season, when Joan Cheever of The Chow Train and other charitable organizations feed the homeless and hungry in San Antonio, they’ll be doing it legally under the Charitable Feeding Ordinance, passed by City Council Thursday morning.
City Attorney Michael Bernard has decided to leave his position with the City of San Antonio after eight years to become a partner in the San Antonio office of Bracewell & Giuliani.