Nirenberg and his supporters say he is laying the foundation for generational change in San Antonio. Critics say the former bodybuilder has tried to do the heavy lifting all on his own.
As San Antonio works on a climate plan, Councilwoman Ana Sandoval is aware that the business sector’s concerns shouldn’t be ignored, writes Rick Casey.
The San Antonio City Council voted to adapt to increasingly heavy rainstorms by incorporating the most recent flood data into the city’s development code.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg will be among the speakers at Saturday’s March for Science, which will focus on the City’s proposed Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
The same City Council that voted in 2017 on a resolution to take aggressive action on climate change will not be voting on the action plan.
In a prepared statement, Nirenberg told the Rivard Report that his decision on the timeline for the plan could come next week.
Leaders of the Hispanic chamber, the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, the South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, and San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside, all had a
The opposition to the plan is prompting one City Council member to say he can’t support a version of the plan that includes any new regulations or mandates.
CPS Energy President and CEO Paula Gold-Williams, who chairs the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, said she will stay out of the chamber’s climate plan vote.
The vote is now scheduled for May 16, which would still be before before any new City Council members elected in May would start their terms in June.