City Council on Thursday placed the firefighter union’s proposed charter amendments on the November municipal ballot.
A County judge denied a request that could have prevented the fire union’s proposed charter amendments from getting onto the November ballot.
The $2.8 billion fiscal year 2019 budget calls for increased spending for a host of City services, including street infrastructure to the tune of $110 million.
Owners of the historic Hedrick Building are switching gears from the planned 54 apartments to a national hotel chain that would operate 40 rooms.
The report includes estimates for the 10-year funding plan that approaches $3.9 billion in public and private funding.
The presentation will include new design renderings for Texas Public Radio’s new headquarters at the historic Alameda Theater.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg re-enforced his call to voters Friday to oppose the firefighter union’s “destructive” ballot proposals.
A budget is often called a “moral document,” Mayor Ron Nirenberg said, and the City’s proposal was called that several times on Thursday.
The proposed $2.8 billion budget, developed with community and Council member input, is almost 6 percent more than the 2018 budget.
Housing density and parking, two of the most talked-about urban planning issues in San Antonio these days, were in the spotlight Tuesday afternoon.