The opposition to the plan is prompting one City Council member to say he can’t support a version of the plan that includes any new regulations or mandates.
City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Thursday promoting Erik Walsh from deputy city manager to the top job being vacated by Sheryl Sculley.
To fulfill its City Council’s promises on climate, San Antonio must ditch coal, natural gas, gasoline, and diesel by 2050, according to a draft climate plan.
The City has pressed the pause button on the mushrooming local scooter fleet with a moratorium on applications for its dockless vehicle pilot program.
K9s for Warriors, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit, is planning to start construction on a service-dog screening facility on 3.3 acres of land it will lease from the City for $1 a year.
An Irving developer, whose proposed 350-unit apartment complex had caused outrage among neighbors in the Cresta Bella community, has withdrawn its rezoning request.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) is asking each of his City Council colleagues for $7,000 to fund a mobile shower unit to serve homeless people.
City Council voted 10-1 Thursday to create a new fee for hotel guests in San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg formed an ad hoc committee charged with reviewing options for revising the recently-adopted paid sick leave ordinance.
San Antonio firefighters union President Chris Steele told firefighters he had “five solid votes” on City Council that would support the union, according to a second leaked recording released on Tuesday.