City of San Antonio officials are forecasting a $13.2 million budget surplus for fiscal year 2018, but recommended that City Council save it.
Two homegrown startups – one uses robots to create indoor maps, the other wants to automate utility bill assistance – will take up residency at the City of San Antonio for 16 weeks.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg finalized job performance metrics this week that will be used to measure City Manager Sheryl Sculley’s work in 2018.
The City could save everyone time and money by issuing more authoritative guidelines for infill developers, including a tighter definition of HDRC’s role and authority.
The Rivard Report spoke to bond analysts for the three major ratings agencies – Moody’s Investor Service, Fitch Ratings, and Standard and Poor’s – asking how the union’s petition to change the city’s charter could affect the bond ratings.
This week in Just This, Beth Frerking and Rick Casey discuss the latest skirmish in an ongoing war between City Hall and the firefighters union.
To balance the costs of public safety with other priorities, the City and fire union need a contract that is fair to employees and affordable to taxpayers.
San Antonio’s citizens need to be able to hold City Hall accountable, and petitioning city leaders is a right that should be respected.
City Council on Wednesday removed a controversial labor clause in an airport concessions bid following opposition from business leaders.
The City on Wednesday kicked off its search for third-party firms that will develop performance metrics and salary analysis for appointed City employees.