Outside forces, including the firefighters and police unions and a national teachers union, are doing everything they can to bend election outcomes to their benefit. writes Robert Rivard.
Corpus Christi City Council announced San Antonio Deputy City Manager Peter Zanoni would be the city’s next city manager at a Tuesday council meeting.
Criticism from housing advocates is prompting the City of San Antonio to consider accelerating its process for developing housing displacement policies.
Peter Zanoni said he applied for the position shortly after then-City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced her retirement plans but before finalists were named.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
As deputy city manager, Erik Walsh already makes close to the compensation cap voters approved in November for the city manager’s position.
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.
Council’s Comprehensive Plan Committee on Wednesday reviewed progress made over the first two months of fiscal year 2019 in the three-year affordable housing business plan.
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.