South San High School, home to 2,600 students, employs seven of the district's 20 counselors and shares the district's one social worker, Arciniega, with the other 12 campuses.
City Council will consider exemptions to rules that prohibit Council members from using public dollars for certain events during election season.
The City of San Antonio has 3,600 employees who work downtown and wants to shrink the number of those who drive to work alone.
The Council gave its approval to a $18,265,000 contract with SpawGlass Civil Construction to build the land bridge.
Reports of accidents involving electric scooters have begun to surface locally as the City Council contemplates how to regulate them.
The City's goal in making changes to the policies is to continue the momentum of downtown development while also increasing affordable housing.
The report includes estimates for the 10-year funding plan that approaches $3.9 billion in public and private funding.
South San trustees voted 5-2 in June to call a a tax ratification election to increase the tax rate by 13 cents.
A budget is often called a "moral document," Mayor Ron Nirenberg said, and the City's proposal was called that several times on Thursday.
Council faces a long list of critical, difficult decisions they'll have to make in the coming months.