San Antonio City Council discussed the last scraps of next year’s $2.9 billion City budget one day before Thursday’s scheduled vote on the spending plan.
After the Paid Sick Leave Commission delivered its proposed changes to the ordinance, an ad hoc City Council committee asked for more time to review the draft.
Councilman Manny Pelaez asked the City of San Antonio to consider letting United Way to take over the City’s vetting and recommendation processes for which nonprofits receive City funding.
Most San Antonio City Council members are reacting favorably to a new draft of the City’s climate plan, with only one member so far saying he opposes it outright.
San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
A second town hall will focus on public readiness, de-escalation and prevention strategies, followed by a third on reducing the risks of gun violence.
Most City Council members were receptive to using money from SAWS to make up for shortfalls in next year’s budget.
San Antonio City Council may consider a program for community land trusts aimed at combating housing displacement in gentrifying neighborhoods.
The City looked set to delay enforcement of its paid sick time law in light of a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality until a Thursday intervention.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg dissolved the Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee and made changes to the membership of the Governance Committee.