San Antonio City Council will consider new guidelines to enhance public participation in policy formation on Thursday.
The City might be looking at a downgrade of its long-held, gold-star bond rating after the passage of two city charter amendments last week.
The lawsuit says that while seeking signatures in designated “free speech areas,” petitioners were threatened with arrest.
The fire union has repeatedly said it won’t negotiate until the City drops its lawsuit against the current contract’s 10-year “evergreen” clause.
Officials with the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association did not show Tuesday at City Hall – and, largely, were not expected to.
The committee’s goal is to propose a legislative agenda in the summer that summarizes potential solutions to improving the school finance system.
Officials have long been working on ways to increase nonstop flights to various hubs around the country and Mexico to attract more business and visitors.
The first of 25 Community Bond Committee Meetings will take place on Monday at the Central Library Auditorium, located at 600 Soledad St.
Editor’s Note: The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) needs to step up its game – or so reads the subtext of a recent memo sent by City Manager Sheryl Sculley to SAT leadership.
Sculley has temporarily assigned Assistant City Manager Carlos Contreras to lead the Aviation Department, “including day to day management and oversight of San Antonio International and Stinson Municipal airports.”
After almost two months of deliberation, an arbitrator ruled on Friday that the City of San Antonio has the right to find out if dependents that fire union members claim on their City health care plans are actually eligible to receive those benefits.