San Antonio banker and philanthropist Tom C. Frost IV, 90, has died, sources close to the family confirmed Friday.
The City has begun an anticipated seven-month conceptual design phase for more than 39 acres of public park space in the Stone Oak area.
“How could I sit idly by and not try to do what I could to defend the military bases?” Menéndez said Sunday night.
Councilman Joe Krier’s opinions on public art have earned him a unique nickname and spurred discussion about funding and artist selection.
One City Councilman would like to see less taxpayer dollars go to public art and what’s left go to local, or at least Texan, artists.
Privatization is just one of many things that local leaders could consider to help the airport and its operations better adapt to the city’s growth.
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.
“There’s no question of demand for this flight. Reagan is the busiest destination without nonstop service – 177 people fly here and back per day.”
San Antonio became the second city in Texas to remove questions about previous criminal history from City job applications Wednesday.
The Council committee agreed Wednesday that something needs to change to ensure more commissioner diversity in terms of residence and perspective, but they disagreed on how to achieve that goal.