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.
A City Council subcommittee may soon consider a request to provide former mayors and term-limited former Council members free parking across San Antonio.
As of Monday, the City of San Antonio has banned e-scooterists from riding on the sidewalk, but some worry the rule might be unenforceable.
The 0.01 percent exemption will shave $5,000 off the appraised values of homes that are the primary residence of a property owner.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he will re-establish himself as “the people’s mayor” and strengthen collaboration with City Council during his next term.
District 8 Councilman Manny Pelaez submitted for council consideration that a park in the Maverick Creek Neighborhood be named after affordable housing leader Dan Markson.
Council members asked for domestic violence to be prioritized in the upcoming budget process in June.