A Texas lawmaker says he has a plan to curb costly and sometimes dangerous strikes to underground telephone lines, fiber optic cables and utility pipelines during construction: make sure whoever is responsible pays to fix them.
On Thursday, City Council unanimously approved the conveyance of 25 vacant, City-owned properties on the Eastside to be made available to San Antonio Affordable Housing, Inc. (SAAH) – 19 of those properties will be developed into affordable housing.
The San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau (SACVB) has enormous responsibility in performing sales, marketing, and service activities for one of the most vital contributors to San Antonio’s economy – tourism and hospitality.
Bill Wren recalls how fascinated he was by the night sky when he was a child.
The words “drugs,” “corruption,” and “poor” were the most common word associations associated with Mexico in a national poll conducted by Vianovo, a consulting firm, and the GSD&M advertising agency in June.
Local food vendors, growers and producers are signing petitions, and farmers market managers are calling for meetings with City officials this week over permitting fees imposed at area farmers markets.
The Environmental Protection Agency released on Thursday new standards for methane pollution from new and modified oil and gas equipment.
HOUSTON – The word “infrastructure” typically conjures up images of towering buildings, layered freeway interchanges and heavily monitored drainage ditches; concrete, cars, trucks and impressive feats of engineering that attempt to mold the natural world and resources to fit human needs.
You could almost hear a collective gasp among the international community last week when the U.S. Supreme Court voted to delay the implementation of President Obama’s Clean Power Plan until legal challenges are resolved — a process that will, at best, carry over to the middle of next year.
Beersheba, a city in southern Israel, is largely unknown to most of the world, but the city represents a bold, progressive approach toward water usage and planning for the future. The 1,700-acre, $300 million Beersheba River Park is the main part of the Jewish National Fund’s (JNF) Blueprint Negev initiative, to move more of its population into the Negev Desert, which covers 60% of the nation’s land, but less than 10% of its population.