A matching grant of $1 million from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission will go toward constructing additional amenities at Pearsall Park.
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 voted unanimously to confirm Tech company CEO Janie Gonzalez to the board of the municipally owned power utility.
South San ISD’s board will consider reopening campuses that closed less than two years ago because of low enrollment, but it’s unclear whether the district’s enrollment would support the move.
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.
Unpredicted political developments are moving through the city, one after the other, like so many seasonal fronts.
Saldaña, 32, will leave his Council seat in less than five months, but he says it’s likely not the last City Hall will see of him.
Councilman Rey Saldaña will start working with education advocacy nonprofit Raise Your Hand Texas next year.
City Council on Thursday approved changes to a pair of downtown development incentive programs that had been placed on hold for evaluation last year.
Most Council members agreed that – while not “perfect” – the changes struck a balance between incentivizing economic growth and supporting the city’s affordable housing goals.