San Antonio’s progressive-leaning City Council that took office in 2017 could swing back towards a more philosophically divided body this year.
If all three women running in District 2, District 4, and District 6 runoff elections win, San Antonio will have more women than men on City Council.
María Antonietta Berriozábal received an honorary doctorate from Our Lady of the Lake University at its Thursday evening graduation ceremony.
City Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) has a record of going against the grain in City Council decisions. He’s now running to be San Antonio’s next mayor.
Ron Nirenberg launched major planning and policy initiatives during his two years as mayor. He’s in the midst of a tough race against Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6).
City Councilwoman Ana Sandoval (D7) is seeking her second term. She is facing three challengers, all of whom said they feel City Council is not listening to residents.
In his bid for re-election, Councilman John Courage (D9) points to participatory budgeting as a way he has encouraged residents to be civically engaged.
City Councilman Clayton Perry is running to represent his district for a second term. He has four challengers in the May election.
Last week’s City Council decision continues to draw criticism – from local business leaders, some elected officials, and now Attorney General Ken Paxton.
The City’s proposed projects add up to $60.4 million. The projects include building more protected bike lanes and alleviating traffic at railroad crossings.