CPS Energy leaders frequently travel around the nation, sometimes the world. SAWS leaders tend to spend most of their time in San Antonio, records show.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg called the CPS Energy and SAWS chiefs “exemplary leaders” but added that San Antonio needs to “take the political theater out of executive compensation.”
Vast disparities in pay between CPS Energy officials and those at the San Antonio Water System mirror a pay gap between power and water utilities across the country.
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s reluctance to delay implementing the paid sick leave ordinance shows the limits of the mayor’s power.
A Bexar County judge delayed until Wednesday a decision on whether to accept an agreement to delay implementation of the City’s paid sick leave ordinance.
San Antonio was selected to participate in a national program aiming to develop strategies to promote housing affordability.
Metro Health has been holding a series of information sessions to help clear up some of the questions being asked by employers and HR managers.
San Antonio was not targeted for “immigrant raids” over the weekend, but local activists continued a push to educate immigrants on their rights.
A majority of San Antonio City Council committee members that will review a bike lane option for lower Broadway are supportive of the idea.
Crews began installing the final 53 of 2,400 air conditioners for residents living in SAHA apartments. The work will be done by the end of July.