Government and Politics

$20M Earmarked for Urban Redevelopment in 2017 Bond

This month, city council approved an urban renewal plan, which will facilitate outcomes from a $20 million affordable housing bond. That bond is part of the […]

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Government and Politics

2017 Bond Watch: Facilities Committee Finalizes $120M Recommendation to Council

Two more citizen committees overlooking proposals for San Antonio’s 2017 bond completed their work this past week. The Facility Improvements Committee voted Dec. 6 to […]

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2017 Bond Watch: Parks Committee Forwards Recommendations to Council

The Community Parks Committee is the first of the city’s 2017 bond committees to finish its work. Recommendations on proposed parks and open space projects […]

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SAGE Aims to Spark Commercial Growth on East Side

San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside (SAGE) will co-sponsor the Promise Zone to Entrepreneurship conference. The event will be held 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 5 […]

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TODAY: CITY UNVEILS DOWNTOWN NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICT

The San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) invites the community to a discussion this afternoon, Tuesday, about a newly proposed Downtown National Register District […]

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CAPITAL PROJECTS: City Approves Flood Control Improvements

San Antonio City Council has authorized the city to go forward with one of the largest drainage improvement projects in the city’s history; the second […]

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Year In Review: Free Trade Alliance

The advocacy organization Free Trade Alliance San Antonio is wrapping up 2014 with a flurry of activities both social and professional. Last month, alliance members […]

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City Council Watch: San Antonio Proposes Annexation

The City of San Antonio has proposed an annexation plan that, if approved, would add 66-square miles and add nearly 200,000 people to the city […]

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East Side Leaders Celebrate Business Progress

Community and business leaders from San Antonio’s East Side will bid farewell to 2014 in a busy, fun way with events meant to celebrate recent […]

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District 4: Town Hall On the Move

Generally speaking, town halls take place in community centers or schools, where residents and their elected leaders talk about issues of mutual interest.  San Antonio […]

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