The new working groups mark a shift in the city’s policy focus and reflect conversations Nirenberg and his council colleagues have had with the community.
In keeping with other U.S. cities, emission inventories show that power generation and transportation are the two main sources of carbon pollution, making up 80% of San Antonio’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The City will begin a formal cost-benefit analysis of absorbing into the City nine new parcels of land generally located on the outskirts of San Antonio.
Both mayoral candidates explicitly and enthusiastically endorsed our policy proposals, some of which will require city funding.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and City Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) called each other failed leaders Tuesday evening in a broadcast debate, two weeks before the start of early voting for the June 10 mayoral and City Council runoff elections.
Volunteers throughout the weekend roamed the park grounds handing out trash and recycling bags to campers, an effort that kept the space surprisingly clean.
City Council honored the work the volunteers who participated in this lengthy process by approving more than 94% of the bond committees’ recommendations.
As keepers and influencers of San Antonio’s future, we must all cast a vote for all six propositions under the city’s bond proposal on May 6.
Council unanimously approved Thursday a $1.045 million contract to carry out the first round of regional and community plans in the SA Tomorrow plan.
Downtowns and regional centers across America offer valuable lessons and perspectives on investment and revitalization in the core.