San Antonio Water System customers will see their bills rise again next year, this time to pay for water from the Vista Ridge pipeline.
The Loveday family hopes their son’s death will prompt City and County officials to improve safety conditions in the area.
A San Antonio City Council committee initiated a process Wednesday that could lead to the City’s first gun buyback program.
Thanks to increased CPS Energy revenue, the City can afford most of City Council’s budget requests.
Council members want SAPD to take in guns for cash or gift cards, but Chief McManus said such programs are “ineffective.”
A seven-member sidewalk repair crew dubbed the “sidewalk squad” will repair nearly two miles of deteriorating sidewalk gaps next year.
Next year, the San Antonio Police Department will feature a total of 16 new positions that will focus on domestic violence.
San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
Councilman John Courage (D9) wants new local rules that limit loud construction operations near homes at night.
City officials turned to SAWS for additional revenue, proposing an increase in the portion of money given to the City for the first time since 1992.