San Antonio City Council will vote later this month on pay ranges and experience requirements for contracted staff who work for Council members.
A new City Council committee will soon consider creating a formal group that would serve as a voice for San Antonians who rent their homes.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
Dozens of activists gathered near the Alamo Cenotaph on Friday to plan their “defense” of the sculpture that is slated to be repaired and moved as part of the overhaul of Alamo Plaza.
Gopinath “Gopi” Akalkotkar, San Antonio’s new city architect, was hired by the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department in August 2019.
The Ethics Review Board took no action on a request to change the rules for the communication blackout period for City Council members and businesses seeking contracts with the City.
As part of the redevelopment of the historic battle site and surrounding Alamo Plaza, crews will deconstruct the Cenotaph and reassemble it less than 500 feet to the south.
A group of anonymous City Council staffers is considering suing the City of San Antonio for possible violations of employment laws.
San Antonio City Council unanimously agreed Thursday to fund protected bike lanes on Avenue B and North Alamo Street near downtown.
The Alamo Master Plan calls for relocation of entertainment attractions in Alamo Plaza – but plans for the entertainment district have yet to materialize.