City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Thursday promoting Erik Walsh from deputy city manager to the top job being vacated by Sheryl Sculley.
The Alamo Heights City Council unanimously voted Monday to pick Buddy Kuhn, the municipality’s assistant city manager and fire chief, for the top job.
After more than seven years at City Hall, Mark Browne will be leaving at year’s end to take up the city manager duties in Schertz.
When I hired Sheryl Sculley, I asked her to make San Antonio a well-run city that people had faith and confidence in. She did every bit of that and more.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced her retirement on Thursday. The Rivard Report reached out to community leaders for reactions.
A data-driven look at the City’s 2019 budget proposal.
One of the easiest headlines to write is about a high-ranking pubic official and his or her rising compensation.
The Apex of chocolate season (we’ll get to that later), Valentine’s Day, is squarely behind us, so it’s time to refocus our attention on those New Year’s resolutions we were quick to declare – in some instances, even quicker to dismiss.
Good leadership seems to attract a lot less attention than bad leadership, pretty much the same way a pileup on the expressway attracts lot less attention than the smooth flow of traffic.