Site work will begin on the $145 million federal courthouse project next month, with construction starting in the fall. The building is set to open in 2022.
Challenger Greg Brockhouse says Mayor Ron Nirenberg “doesn’t want to defend his record.”
San Antonio has seen considerable progress in building a more sustainable city without harming the economy or polarizing the city. Thank CPS Energy and SAWS for that, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Both cities are “looking forward to the future, not in fear of the future,” Darmstadt Lord Mayor Jochen Partsch said. “We are both growing cities.”
The North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce will release its scorecard before the May 4 Council and mayoral elections, said chamber CEO Cristina Aldrete.
The vote is now scheduled for May 16, which would still be before before any new City Council members elected in May would start their terms in June.
The San Antonio Police Department will move its arrestee processing operations to Bexar County’s new facility soon, city and county leaders promised Monday.
World Affairs Council members and city leaders praised Hardberger as someone who’s long promoted civic pride and a positive global perspective.
“It’s been a pleasure and an honor,” to serve the City of San Antonio, City Manager Sheryl Sculley said during her last public City Council meeting.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of his office’s LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee answered questions from the LGBTQIA community regarding a wide range of topics Tuesday night.