Visitors do love the River Walk experience. Let’s give locals reason to feel the same way.
Stage One restrictions allow for once-a-week landscape watering only before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m. on certain days according to customer addresses.
While San Antonio’s public utility updates its water management plan that outlines strategies and goals for the next 50 years, it’s clear that officials don’t think a once-a-week watering proposal should be part of it.
San Antonio River Foundation Executive Director Estela Avery announced her retirement Thursday, handing over the reigns to Robert Amerman, a tech company executive, architect, and artist.
The SAWS Board unanimously approved its $13 million budget for 2017 that includes a lower-than-expected 6.8% rate increase for SAWS customers.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) reiterated his concerns about the Vista Ridge water pipeline project, year-round watering restrictions, and the San Antonio Water System (SAWS)’s executive compensation structure on Wednesday.
The public utility’s board was briefed about the effects of imposing Stage One water restrictions, more than one year after interest in the idea spiked in 2015.
Once financial close documents are signed, construction can begin on the 142-mile pipeline that could deliver up to 16.3 million gallons of water to SAWS customers per year starting in 2020.
The second annual Sustainability Summit, which will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m. at The Grotto in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, comes at a crucial time for San Antonio’s environmental policy.
The conversation about the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA) on Tuesday would have been very different had it happened 20 years ago.