San Antonio City Council approved several measures regarding campaign finance and ethics policies Thursday.
City staff has tweaked, cut, and modified the draft to again run the bureaucratic gamut of committees, commissions, and other groups for review.
City Council next week will vote on significant changes related to the Ethics Review Board and local campaign finance rules.
The new permit category opens up the system for taxicab drivers who own and operate their own vehicles.
CPS Energy officials raised the possibility of rate hikes in the fiscal year that begins February 2019 and ends in January 2020.
City of San Antonio officials are forecasting a $13.2 million budget surplus for fiscal year 2018, but recommended that City Council save it.
A team of design experts expects to have a redevelopment package for Alamo Plaza ready to show City officials as early as next month.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg finalized job performance metrics this week that will be used to measure City Manager Sheryl Sculley’s work in 2018.
City Council decided to delay starting the historic designation process for a long-vacant gas station, giving the owner more time to sell.
Solid Waste Director David McCary says that diaper contamination costs the city $1.2 million a year in charges from its recycling contractor.