San Antonio risks looking like a city where every effort to build and better it is opposed, delayed, or even blocked by a handful of loud protesters.
An advisory group overseeing changes to the Alamo and its surroundings will hear updated reports from experts at a meeting Tuesday.
The decision to repeal the ordinance in Alamo Heights follows a parallel decision made last week by Olmos Park’s City Council.
More than 130 people gathered at City Hall on Wednesday night to speak in favor or against the proposed removal of a Confederate monument in Travis Park.
For the second time in one week downtown residents and visitors saw people donning kevlar vests and assault weapons in the city’s streets.
The rally amassed around 300 demonstrators demanding that the Confederate monument featured in the center of Travis Park remain standing there as it has for the past 118 years.