Commentary: City voters get their drinking water from the Edwards Aquifer. Far fewer of them ride VIA buses, so the natural inclination is to vote one’s personal needs or interests.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg want voters to approve redirecting a one-eighth-cent sales tax, now used for aquifer protection, to fund mass transit.
*Sponsored* VIA Metropolitan Transit’s “Decade of Mobility” will be a community-led charge toward a completely reimagined transit system.
Commentary: When leaders make public policy decisions by ignoring instead of adapting, it becomes a dangerous warning to those inevitably left behind.
A City Council subcommittee may soon consider a request to provide former mayors and term-limited former Council members free parking across San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff are endorsing Rey Saldaña to be the VIA board chair, replacing Hope Andrade.
City Council approved a land swap with a developer that will designate land next to the Hays Street bridge as a park and let him build apartments nearby.
Adriana Rocha Garcia defeats Johnny Arredondo and secures the District 4 seat with 72.4 percent of the vote.
It wasn’t all bad news on Wednesday, as San Antonio City Council was briefed on the high and low points in the 86th Texas legislative session.
Council members express concerns with the efficacy of SAPD’s cite-and-release program.