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Written by Susana on Feb 15, 2011
Residents living in the West and Southwest sides of San Antonio met with city planners to find out how their neighborhoods will grow and what redevelopment and conservation efforts are in store.The second public meeting of the West/Southwest Sector was held Tuesday, Feb. 15 at Northwest Vista College located at 3535 N. Ellison Dr. You can watch video from the live Webcast here:
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Feb 14, 2011
Updated for 2019: Whether or not you have the day off on Presidents Day, Feb. 18, you may still be wondering, "Will my garbage be picked up?" To answer that question first, yes, trash and recycleables will be picked up as scheduled. Wondering about where to put the apostrophy? Scroll down to learn more. What's closed:
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 13, 2011
After months of public forums, surveys and input from people who care about San Antonio, a draft report of the SA 2020 plan was released Sunday morning by the Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 10, 2011
A town hall meeting on the future of higher education and Texas' projected budget shortfall drew dozens of residents to St. Philip's College on San Antonio's East Side. Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon, D-San Antonio, hosted the forum that featured Texas' Commissioner of Higher Education Raymund Paredes, who took questions from members of the audience at the filled 160-seat Heritage Room. Paredes warned that if state lawmakers approve wide-ranging cuts in education "we will have no money for new students, zilch, zero, nada."
Written by Susana on Feb 08, 2011
Watch video interviews with some San Antonio residents with this update. Thousands of senior citizens from San Antonio and across Texas rallied on the steps of the Texas Capitol to call on Gov. Rick Perry and state legislators to use caution in determining which programs face budget cuts to combat an expected shortfall.