City Council interviewed three local candidates in random order for the city manager position Monday afternoon.
The City of San Antonio released the names of the 31 applicants for the city manager position Friday.
With an increasing number of riders injuries and a glut of vehicles littering sidewalks, the City is beefing up enforcement of its e-scooter rules.
City Council on Thursday approved changes to a pair of downtown development incentive programs that had been placed on hold for evaluation last year.
The effort to fill Sculley's job will be complicated by the new, voter-approved restrictions on the tenure and pay of future city managers.
City staff on Wednesday recommended revisions to policies that incentivize residential development in the urban core with a goal of encouraging more affordable housing.
City of San Antonio staff proposed rules for e-scooters, garnering support from both City Council members and the companies that will be subject to them.
San Antonio risks looking like a city where every effort to build and better it is opposed, delayed, or even blocked by a handful of loud protesters.
The City's goal in making changes to the policies is to continue the momentum of downtown development while also increasing affordable housing.
From flooding in the basement to electrical and plumbing issues, City Hall needs more than just "Band-Aids," TCI Director Mike Frisbie said.