Lowering San Antonio’s ozone levels will require finding specific sources of pollution instead of imposing widespread measures, a expert said.
Out of 10 positions up for election on the Edwards Aquifer Authority’s board of directors, only two will be on the ballot because of a lack of candidates.
Residential bills are likely going up again as SAWS prepares to buy Vista Ridge pipeline water and continues upgrades to its sewer network.
Tuesday was the first time the trustees overseeing CPS Energy and San Antonio Water System have met as a group since 2011.
Workers will place two dams in a section known as Lambert Beach, once a swimming hole in a crook of the river held up by a 1930s stone wall.
Right now, conditions are perfect for enjoying the upper Medina River between the towns of Medina and Bandera in Bandera County.
Starting Tuesday, outdoor irrigation use is permitted any day of the week before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m.
The vast majority of existing businesses would see no changes, though some may be required to report additional information to the TCEQ.
Members of the Devils River Conservancy have launched a campaign called “Don’t Blow It,” to advocate against wind development along the Devils and Pecos rivers.
This week, the University of Texas at San Antonio announced it had renewed its research partnership with Cibolo Preserve, a 644-acre island in an ever-growing sea of development established by San Antonio entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Lende.