Tourists will experience a slightly different version of San Antonio’s Spanish-colonial Missions if they choose to visit on Monday.
Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) and the City are working together to help fund solutions to infrastructure challenges occurring just outside the fence lines of local bases.
Amid all the noise in Washington D.C. and in Austin, other legislative decisions of great importance to San Antonio drew far less media attention.
Texas’ 15 active military installations combined have a total $136 billion impact on the Texas economy, according to a recently completed study by the Texas Comptroller’s office.
San Antonio Water System received a $5 million-boost from the Texas Military Preparedness Commission (TMPC) towards achieving water security for U.S. Military bases in San Antonio, a development that City officials hope will stave off local base closures.
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If and when the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) looks at U.S. Military bases to see which are candidates for closure, the host of bases in San Antonio want to make sure there aren’t any asterisks next to their names.
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce fears that a continuation of proposed Army budget cuts totaling $95 billion under the federal government’s sequestration could result in a local impact as high as $382 million from proposed reductions in personnel at Fort Sam Houston/Camp Bullis and Joint Base San Antonio.
That impact includes the potential loss of 3,949 soldiers and 1,985 civilians from Ft.
Tuesday is Veterans Day, and in a small San Antonio ceremony held Monday, that meant listening to Dominique Eatmon, an East Central High School Choir soloist and her fellow choir members sing “God Bless America.”