Marjie M. French, a vice president at UTSA, is being recruited as the next CEO of the San Antonio Area Foundation, according to sources close to the search.
City Council honored the work the volunteers who participated in this lengthy process by approving more than 94% of the bond committees’ recommendations.
Mayor Ivy Taylor announced her picks for the 2017 Municipal Bond Program tri-chair positions Tuesday, signaling one of the first steps in the lead up to next year’s May election when San Antonians will vote on a package of $850 million in capital projects.
Over the past decade, San Antonio citizens have used their voting power to approve more than $1.1 billion in publicly-funded bond projects to improve the city’s built environment.
When Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) attended several City meetings in October via video-conference, council members joked about his physical absence, but those videos set an important precedent for new modes of civic engagement in San Antonio.
Residents will have a forum to voice their concerns and ideas for multimodal transportation plans in San Antonio during the SA Tomorrow Virtual Town Hall on Monday, Nov.
SA2020 began back in 2010 as a mighty idea and a bold emerging vision created through the efforts of thousands of San Antonians just like you and me.
2014 was a busy year for SA2020.
An entertaining SA2020 staff briefing for City Council on the comprehensive long-term community plan on Wednesday turned into an homage to Mayor Julián Castro and his signature initiative launched nearly four years ago.
I started volunteering at the ripe old age of five, but it wasn’t clear to me that’s what I was doing.