The nominees are banker David McGee, engineer Eduardo Parra, and water law professor Amy Hardberger.
The utility is deciding whether to sell a portion of its water from its Vista Ridge project to other cities in fast-growing Central Texas.
San Antonio will pursue litigation against Senate Bill 4, the state’s controversial immigration law also known as the “sanctuary cities” law.
You might never take a ride on one of the barges plying the narrow confines of the San Antonio River, but as a taxpayer and voter you should care about the 10-year, $100 million contract that is now up for grabs.
City Council approved Thursday a $100,000 investment in HelpSocial, a startup company based out of Geekdom, to keep its headquarters in San Antonio and bring more jobs to the local tech ecosystem.
City Council members voted overwhelmingly in favor of supporting a developer’s application to the State for a 4% tax credit to acquire, rehabilitate, and refinance the Robert E. Lee Apartments at 111 W. Travis St.
Thursday was the last day City Council met before its month-long break from official business, and district representatives along with the mayor got plenty of work done in the way of center city development – among other sectors of city government.
The City has made it a priority to start planning for the expected one million new citizens migrating to San Antonio by 2040.
Call me an optimist.
Ask the heads of any successful business what drives them, and the answer is likely to be “passion.”