San Antonio is getting a new $5.7 million air traffic control tower worthy of its legacy in aviation history.
More than 50 members of the Southside community filled a conference room at Stinson Municipal Airport to consider changes pertaining to proposed amendments to land use in the Mission World Heritage area.
As a lasting tribute to the city’s place in aviation and aerospace history, community leaders in San Antonio have established the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame, with its inaugural class of inductees to be honored at a dinner on Thursday, March 31.
Frank Miller, who has been the City of San Antonio’s Aviation Director since May 2009, has resigned from his position, according to a City news release sent out Monday night.
Editor’s Note: The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) needs to step up its game – or so reads the subtext of a recent memo sent by City Manager Sheryl Sculley to SAT leadership.
Sculley has temporarily assigned Assistant City Manager Carlos Contreras to lead the Aviation Department, “including day to day management and oversight of San Antonio International and Stinson Municipal airports.”