The Texas House Natural Resources Committee chair weighed in on San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s plans to shift a tax to protect the Edwards Aqufier.
City Council will likely ask voters to reauthorize an eighth-of-a-cent sales tax to fund Pre-K 4 SA on the May 2020 ballot.
A new City Council committee will soon consider creating a formal group that would serve as a voice for San Antonians who rent their homes.
With just a few weeks left to place the Pre-K 4 SA funding reauthorization on the May ballot, City Council has yet to decide when the election will occur.
Commentary: This week brings into focus two key education initiatives. Each one holds the promise of elevating San Antonio’s low education outcomes.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
Here’s what prominent figures across the city said when the Rivard Report asked them to share their New Year’s resolutions.
Former Councilman Greg Brockhouse will again pursue the mayor’s office in the 2021 municipal election.
Commentary: Moving St. Mary’s law school downtown will only accelerate growth and development in the state’s most historic and inviting center city.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and top San Antonio Water System officials are calling for SAWS to take on funding the Edwards Aquifer Protection Program.