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 study found that for every $1 spent on incentives to attract business to San Antonio, the City earns more than five times that in revenue.
Most Council members praised City Manager Sheryl Sculley’s performance over the past 12 years, but want to see a better system in place.
City Council voted 8-2 Thursday to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products in San Antonio from 18 to 21, becoming the first city in Texas to impose such a restriction.
Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) and the City are working together to help fund solutions to infrastructure challenges occurring just outside the fence lines of local bases.
In the nearly six months he has sat on City Council, District 10’s Clayton Perry has shown he’s willing to go against the grain.
The City is examining Centro San Antonio’s Public Improvement District funds after an employee allegedly embezzled $175,000 from the nonprofit’s accounts.
The city’s signature early childhood education program continues to show signs of success as its first class of students progresses through the third grade, results that could prove meaningful when City Council members decide in late 2020 whether to continue the initiative.
SAWS proposed a 5.8% increase for 2018 and a subsequent 4.7% increase for 2019.
While there were varying views on this topic, what Council members could all agree on is that our neighbors deserve meaningful relief.