In a ceremony preceded by a handshake with outgoing Mayor Ivy Taylor, Ron Nirenberg was sworn in as mayor of San Antonio Wednesday morning.
William “Cruz” Shaw ousted incumbent Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) in Saturday’s runoff while Roberto Treviño (D1), narrowly held on to his seat.
The 18-foot-long stainless steel Portland Loo was installed amid controversy surrounding the $170,000 price tag, which some taxpayers viewed as excessive.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño has called accusations that he used City resources for his re-election campaign “unfounded and untrue,” adding that he and his staff “go through painstaking measures to make sure there’s an actual separation between campaign and City work.
Part of the new process involves identifying encampment areas and deploying a strong outreach team that effectively communicates with homeless individuals.
A new, free mobile app launched Friday in San Antonio that promises an easy and affordable way to park downtown in City-owned garages.
The campaign for City Council District 1 has been mostly about neighborhoods and how the City can serve people in some of the oldest parts of San Antonio.
Five candidates in the runoff elections restated their support Monday for action on affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
You might never take a ride on one of the barges plying the narrow confines of the San Antonio River, but as a taxpayer and voter you should care about the 10-year, $100 million contract that is now up for grabs.
Star Wars has an active fanbase in San Antonio, evidenced by the wealth of events happening around the city on May the Fourth.