After only 18 months as chief operating officer for the Tricentennial Commission, Asia Ciaravino resigned from the organization that is planning and promoting the massive, yearlong celebration in 2018.
Taylor’s campaign consultant Colin Strother confirmed Thursday that they are “absolutely” responsible for the site.
In a rare departure from protocol, City Council heard Wednesday from two groups in a dead heat vying for the multimillion-dollar, high-profile contract to operate San Antonio’s new river barges.
The zoning change would allow the property owners to build a two-story, two-car garage with three, small attached apartments in their large back yard.
There are currently 113 mobile home parks registered with the Metropolitan Health District, he said, which includes more than 7,000 lots all over the city.
Political observers have said an endorsement from Castro, one of San Antonio’s most popular mayors, could have a significant impact on the mayoral election.
City Council on Thursday voted unanimously in favor of the $450 million Alamo Master Plan, which initiates the hiring of architects to design the final physical space surrounding the Alamo and allows city and state officials to start work on key elements of the plan.
This isn’t the first or even second time that the City has directly funded legal assistance. The measure is expected to be approved on Thursday.
Former Mayor Phil Hardberger is confident that the Conservancy can raise $2 million before the end of December and break ground on the land bridge in January.
The nonprofit Rivard Report, San Antonio’s fast-growing digital media site, invites applications for the newly created position of editor-in-chief.