The new courthouse will sit next to the developing San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, across from Casa Navarro, and on top of the historic Camino Real.
Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX) was recognized Wednesday for his work in helping secure the necessary funds – a little more than $144 million – for the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to construct San Antonio’s highly-anticipated, new federal courthouse.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn is among several Republican leaders that have said they’ll support their party’s presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump, but in a Friday speech to the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, he stopped far short of singing Trump’s praises or defending his recent comments on a range of issues.
The U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure approved a little more than $144 million in funding on Wednesday for the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to construct San Antonio’s new, long-awaited federal courthouse.
Poets, journalists, historians and nature lovers will flood San Pedro Creek on Saturday, April 9 during “Writers Take a Walk,” an event that will run along this important but often unnoticed stream.
After a five-year wait for funding, San Antonio finally will receive the $135 million needed to construct a new downtown federal courthouse if President Obama signs the $1.1 trillion budget bill passed by Congress Friday morning.
If the proposed $1.1 trillion federal budget for 2016 passes through the U.S. House and Senate this weekend, San Antonio will receive $135 million to build a the long-awaited new federal courthouse on a vacant square block of West Nueva Street, which would clear the way to vacate the rundown, at times flea-infested John H. Wood Federal Courthouse that was originally constructed as movie pavilion for HemisFair ’68.