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Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 04, 2014
Mayor Julián Castro and County Judge Nelson Wolff, along with Councilwoman Ivy Taylor, announced the City and County’s partnership to enhance the Menger Creek Drainage project. The City allocated $6.5 million from the 2012 bond for the reconstruction of the Menger Creek Channel and an additional $4 million is being contributed by the County. Benefits from this partnership will assist in removing properties from the floodplain, and create a natural destination park for the EastPoint Community.
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 04, 2014
San Antonio Water System’s (SAWS) project to clean downtown sewer infrastructure around Commerce and Alamo streets will begin at midnight, Feb. 1. Phase 1: Feb. 1 – Feb. 5* The Downtown Project’s Phase I will begin on Feb. 1 at midnight. Feb. 1: Two lanes on Commerce St. and one bus lane on Alamo St. will remain closed from midnight until Feb. 5. Feb. 1: Set up equipment to by-pass existing sewer lines. This includes piping and traffic ramps on Alamo.
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 04, 2014
San Antonians who are looking for a rewarding job with great pay are invited to apply to serve their community as lifeguards for the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department.  The department is making the process easy by hosting several lifeguard recruitment parties in hopes that local teens, college students, and adults 16 and over, will attend and apply.
Written by Clayton on Feb 04, 2014
REPLAY VIDEO: Hundreds of people came to San Antonio College on Feb. 8 to attend EnrollSA, an Affordable Care Act enrollment and education event hosted by Univision 41 and many community organizations. Speakers at the event included Cecilia Muñoz, White House Director of Domestic Policy, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, U.S. Rep Joaquin Castro (D-20), U.S. Rep. Pete P. Gallego (D-23), Judge Nelson Wolff, Bexar County, and Monica Navarro, Univision 41.
Written by UT Health Scien... on Feb 03, 2014
REPLAY VIDEO: Join us at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 for the live webcast of Medical Prices in the US: A Problem We Can't Ignore featuring New York Times Health Correspondent Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal.