If a Harvey-like Hurricane struck just north of downtown, the River Walk could turn into a “bath tub,” according to the San Antonio River Authority.
Bexar County voters re-elected Hector Morales to a third term on the San Antonio River Authority board Tuesday and chose newcomer Deb Bolner-Prost over incumbent Lynn Murphy to fill another of two at-large seats on the ballot.
During the early voting period, which ended Friday, a mere 14,489 votes were cast in Bexar County,
Revisions to San Antonio’s impervious cover policies will likely add to the longstanding contention between developers and environmentalists.
The San Antonio River defines our city, and for thousands of years before, our prehistory.
The San Antonio River Authority is rolling out a web-based tool as part of Risk MAP, a FEMA program currently being implemented across the country.
The model shows a direct hit by a hurricane like Harvey would cause flooding that would breach the Olmos Dam and inundate parts of U.S. Highway 281.
Five candidates are on the Nov. 7 ballot to fill two at-large seats on the San Antonio River Authority’s 12-member board of directors.
Citizens of Bexar County can vote early in one of 33 locations until Friday, Nov. 3.
The County has committed $132.8 million and the City will contribute $19.5 million toward the design and construction of the first two phases of the project.