We must do everything we can to encourage San Antonians to take critical looks at the people responsible for our water, our power, our streets, and our safety.
CPS Energy’s Gold-Williams is alone among San Antonio’s top three public employees for having her performance and the utility’s gauged by a third-party contractor.
Bonuses have proven to be an unwanted annual distraction, a compensation method imported from the private sector that works poorly in the public sector.
CPS Energy officials and advocates gathered to celebrate the company’s 75-year history in the community as a public utility.
The $500,000 grant is part of CPS Energy’s commitment to fund $50 million worth of research and development projects with UTSA between 2010 and 2020.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and other city department officials thanked first responders and more than 300 city employees who helped with debris pickup.
Local lighting experts, engineers, designers, and architects came together at Culture Commons on Friday to talk about possible new approaches to lighting downtown San Antonio.
By 2040, the San Antonio we know today will look and feel very different.
Immediately after accepting the CPS Energy board of trustee’s offer to become the next president and CEO of the public utility, Paula Gold-Williams deftly carried out the routine duties she had been performing for more than nine months in the interim.
Update: The word “interim” was removed from CPS Energy President and CEO Paula Gold-Williams’ title as the board of trustees unanimously selected her on Monday as the new leader of the public utility.