Contrary to initial reports, SAPD “did in fact attempt to secure fingerprints from the handgun found at the scene of the February 2014 shooting.”
I felt like Rip Van Winkle when I emerged from the fog of spinal surgery, only to find a different world than the one I left behind on Valentine’s Day.
Privatization is just one of many things that local leaders could consider to help the airport and its operations better adapt to the city’s growth.
The City Council on Thursday decided to restart the bidding process for the 10-year, multi-million dollar contract to operate the San Antonio River Walk barges after Mayor Ivy Taylor questioned the fairness of the process.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and other city department officials thanked first responders and more than 300 city employees who helped with debris pickup.
Taylor cited concerns that lobbying efforts “have tainted this [selection] process beyond redemption.”
One measure of a well-designed bond is that it leaves everyone a bit unhappy with the outcome. No one gets everything they want.
There will be six ballot items that represent the $850 million 2017 Municipal Bond among local races for mayor and City Council seats.
The bond would bring badly-needed infrastructure upgrades to neighborhoods and historic investment in transformative, citywide projects.
Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russell “Russ” J. Handy will be the City of San Antonio’s new Aviation Department director.