Mayor Ron Nirenberg dissolved the Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee and made changes to the membership of the Governance Committee.
City Council members got budget previews from the San Antonio police and fire departments as the budgeting process for 2020 gets underway.
A prohibition on sidewalk use will go into effect next month, as the City of San Antonio is set to open bidding for a limited number of scooter companies.
Council members express concerns with the efficacy of SAPD’s cite-and-release program.
The City-owned utility is the only local government entity that doesn’t take public comments at its regular meetings and doesn’t stream them live on video.
Developer fees will pay for less of SAWS’ Vista Ridge pipeline after City Council approved a fee structure that did not assess the maximum amount allowable.
Despite a nearly neck-and-neck mayoral race, several other City Council incumbents pulled ahead with clear leads in early voting results.
Local designers analyze the 2019 city election season’s campaign graphics from an artistic standpoint, finding hits and misses.
In his bid for re-election, Councilman John Courage (D9) points to participatory budgeting as a way he has encouraged residents to be civically engaged.
Rogelio Sáenz, a UTSA professor, briefed the Council’s Comprehensive Plan Committee on Wednesday about recent population trends in the city.