City Council will vote on a homestead property tax exemption Monday and the budget is slated for a vote on Sept. 12 that may trigger an increase in property taxes for some.
It wasn’t all bad news on Wednesday, as San Antonio City Council was briefed on the high and low points in the 86th Texas legislative session.
Several committee members voiced concerns over how it appeared the City was moving forward on implementing an ordinance that they had been appointed to review and amend.
Mitch Meyer is close to landing a deal that would allow him swap his contentious land next to the Hays Street Bridge with two acres of City-owned land nearby.
The migrant-support funds received unanimous approval from City Council, but not without debate by Council members.
Outside forces, including the firefighters and police unions and a national teachers union, are doing everything they can to bend election outcomes to their benefit. writes Robert Rivard.
The penalty for smoking, vaping, or chewing tobacco in San Antonio’s parks and plazas will be a $200 ticket starting on June 1.
City Manager Erik Walsh showed up at the labor talks to demonstrate the city’s commitment to arriving at a fair and balanced deal.
City Manager Erik Walsh said Collen Bridger was a “hugely capable executive” as Metro Health’s leader and seemed a natural fit as interim assistant city manager.
Outside consultants retained by the City found that the $475,000 salary of former City Manager Sheryl Sculley was within the market range.