The online poll at D9PB.org will open for 12 days from 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 29, to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 9.
San Antonio City Councilman John Courage (D9) said he has worked since his election to create larger police academy classes, work on equitable city funding, and to share his interest in innovative mass transit options with his fellow Council members.
The Rivard Report’s “Conversations with the Council” series features moderated discussions with each of the City Council’s 10 members.
The event was postponed due to inclement weather and potentially dangerous road conditions.
Battling traffic on the congested streets in District 9 is the top concern for residents, along with public safety, and property crime in particular.
The field of candidates looking to replace Krier is nearly as jammed as some of the district’s roads.
Five of Google’s huts will be located within public parks, two at libraries, five at fire stations, one at a police station, one on a vacant parcel, and one near a drainage feature.
City Council unanimously approved three measures on Thursday that allows the City to purchase 165.3 acres, reserves the right to purchase 38.7 more, and expands nearby Hardy Oak Boulevard and Huebner Road as part of a more than $10 million package deal with the Classen-Steubing family, which owns the former ranch land.
I recently sent Mayor Ivy Taylor a letter to convey my personal dreams of San Antonio with her new tenure:
Dear, Mayor Ivy Taylor,
My name is Wilber Castro, and I reside in District 9 in the city of Hill Country Village.