San Antonio City Council unanimously approved on Thursday 10 new guiding principles for public participation.
The Día de los Muertos celebration at the Rinconcito de Esperanza brought ancient Mexican traditions to the Westside community.
A group of panelists spent Wednesday evening talking about parts of Alamo history that have been relegated to the background in public discourse.
City staff received the go-ahead Wednesday from a City Council committee to continue work on viewshed protections for areas surrounding cultural landmarks.
Protesters gathered Monday for a “vigil” to mourn the City’s decision to allow a local developer to build apartments next to the Hays Street Bridge.
The City could save everyone time and money by issuing more authoritative guidelines for infill developers, including a tighter definition of HDRC’s role and authority.
The Historic Design and Review Commission rejected plans for a five-story apartment complex next to the Hays Street Bridge on the near Eastside.
Because H. Douglas Steadman’s funeral service is Wednesday, the City postponed its Historic Design and Review Commission meeting to Friday.
Developers presented a new design for a controversial mixed-use development right next to the historic Hays Street Bridge Monday night during a public meeting. Most attendees were not impressed.
Leaders of smaller San Antonio nonprofit arts organizations have expressed concern that too much attention and money have gone to the Symphony, potentially at their expense.