The Tricentennial Commission could bring a local executive out of retirement or “borrow” someone for a year, interim director Carlos Contreras said.
The City Attorney is proposing changes to rules governing protests, parades, and processions that would create an online tool for requesting permits for demonstrations, designate a protest area at the airport, and streamline the permitting process.
H-E-B riders commemorated fellow rider and employee Allen Williams, struck from behind and killed by a speeding driver on Bandera Road on Sept. 2.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) called for a “full audit” of the Tricentennial Commission on Tuesday, little more than 24 hours after its CEO resigned.
Tricentennial Commission CEO Edward Benavides resigned from his position Monday, less than seven weeks before San Antonio kicks off the year-long celebration of its 300th birthday.
Before council can vote on such changes it will be briefed again by the Ethics Review Board chair on those additional issues.
UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research curated more than 150 items ranging from the mission’s colonial years up to the 19th century.
The renovations would begin in September 2018 and require nearly 1,500 City employees from 22 departments to relocate for a 15-month period.
Christian Assistance Ministries has been working to bring a different kind of light to its corner of downtown by forming the McCullough Avenue Consortium.
The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center hosted a day of resources and discussion for transgender youth and their families Saturday.