A public tax board unanimously approved a $6 million deal that will bring protected cycling tracks on streets adjacent to Broadway Street near downtown.
City Council unanimously approved a $2.9 billion budget that increases funding for affordable housing while compensating for a homestead tax exemption.
San Antonio City Council discussed the last scraps of next year’s $2.9 billion City budget one day before Thursday’s scheduled vote on the spending plan.
A city nonprofit decided Tuesday to keep collecting rent from The Baldwin at St. Paul Square apartment complex after it is sold to an Austin investor.
Thanks to increased CPS Energy revenue, the City can afford most of City Council’s budget requests.
On Wednesday, City Council will discuss a number of proposed budget amendments brought forth by members over the summer.
The conclusion of the analysis by Pape-Dawson Engineers was to recommend the street design as originally proposed – without bike lanes on lower Broadway.
It will be up to employees to decide what kind of proof they will provide to their boss when requesting paid sick leave under the city’s new ordinance which may also get a new name.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) wants City Council to discuss how it executes large bond projects after the mayor requested changes for Broadway bike lanes.
A seven-member sidewalk repair crew dubbed the “sidewalk squad” will repair nearly two miles of deteriorating sidewalk gaps next year.