San Antonio River Authority officials led a tour of construction along the San Pedro Creek Culture Park’s second segment, estimated to be finished in 2021.
The San Antonio River Authority plans to move staff currently working at an office space north of downtown to newly purchased space on West Sheridan Street.
Commentary: San Antonio’s transit needs are urgent, but without a funding plan for aquifer protection it will be hard to convince voters to reallocate the one-eighth-cent sales tax to VIA.
The San Antonio River Authority decided not to pursue an additional tax to fund an expansion of its role in cleaning and maintaining local waterways.
A San Antonio River Authority proposal to more than double property taxes could be dead in the water.
Joe Izbrand and Kurt May won seats on Castle Hills City Council, which has been marred by scandal, in-fighting and legal challenges in the past year.
Brooklyn artist Adam Frank won approval for an interactive light and sound installation for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
An incumbent seeking a second term faces a challenger in a race for a San Antonio River Authority board seat representing parts of the West and South sides.
Commentary: After 75 years of engineering San Antonio’s network of streets and highways to accommodate individuals and their automobiles, the time for change has come.
To persuade someone to pick up their trash, sometimes you have to get them to pick up a paddle.