Most sitting Council members face minor challenges, but three districts – 2, 4, and 6 – won’t have incumbents vying to protect their seat.
San Antonio City Council on Thursday imposed a late-night curfew for the e-scooters and e-bikes that have inundated city streets in the urban core.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
Nirenberg credited Treviño with a creative idea to help the homeless but said details must be worked out to ensure the long-term viability of the mobile shower unit.
City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Thursday promoting Erik Walsh from deputy city manager to the top job being vacated by Sheryl Sculley.
Travis Park United Methodist Church has contracted with a firm to produce a feasibility study examining the downtown church’s redevelopment options.
Since revamping the Center City Housing Incentive Policy, the City has deemed eligible four new projects totaling 528 units.
Interim Councilman Art Hall (D2) likely will take office Monday so he can participate in interviews of city manager candidates.
With an increasing number of riders injuries and a glut of vehicles littering sidewalks, the City is beefing up enforcement of its e-scooter rules.
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.