San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and firefighters union President Chris Steele are slated to to discuss three controversial propositions on the November ballot.
The political action committee fighting three proposed charter amendments will officially launch its "Go Vote No" campaign Saturday morning at La Villita.
The appeal was seen as Secure San Antonio's Future's last chance to avoid a long and a likely ugly fight with the firefighters union to sway voters.
A County judge denied a request that could have prevented the fire union's proposed charter amendments from getting onto the November ballot.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg re-enforced his call to voters Friday to oppose the firefighter union's "destructive" ballot proposals.
Council faces a long list of critical, difficult decisions they'll have to make in the coming months.
San Antonio is the only U.S. city with a population of more than 1 million to achieve a "AAA" rating from any of those agencies.
The lawsuit says that while seeking signatures in designated "free speech areas," petitioners were threatened with arrest.
The Texas Supreme Court will not take on the City of San Antonio's appeal regarding the firefighters union evergreen clause.
Each of the fire union's petitions to change the City charter obtained the 20,000 signatures required to place them on the Nov. 6 ballot.