Commentary: Whether the results of arbitration favor the City or its firefighters, it looks like union President Chris Steele will come away unscathed.
District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse has asked the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association to start contract negotiations with the City.
Fitch Ratings, one of the nation’s three major credit rating agencies, has downgraded the City of San Antonio’s bond rating.
Sculley reviewed her 2018 performance in a 15-page document, starting by highlighting her “nearly 40 years of experience managing local government.”
The City might be looking at a downgrade of its long-held, gold-star bond rating after the passage of two city charter amendments last week.
San Antonio City Council will receive a compensation review and performance metrics for the city manager and three other Council-appointed employees later this year.
Fifty-nine percent of voters approved a firefighters union-backed proposition that will limit the tenure and salary of future city managers.
Questions still linger about the fate of firefighter union’s stalled labor contract negotiations and the City’s leadership after voters approved Proposition C.
The results were a clear victory for the union-launched San Antonio First campaign and while any legal outcomes are still unclear, Mayor Ron Nirenberg is ready to move forward.
Click Here For Updated Election ResultsWith all precincts reporting at 1:30 a.m., voters sent unique messages for each of the City’s three highly disputed ballot propositions Tuesday evening.