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Written by Laura Acevedo on Oct 19, 2017
Mayor Ron Nirenberg talked with Jenna Saucedo-Herrera, President and CEO of San Antonio Economic Development Foundation during the Oct. 18 #AskRon, which streamed live from Geekdom. The two talked about the history of the Rand building, Rosella coffee and creating tech jobs in San Antonio including why San Antonio will not be pursuing the Amazon headquarters.
Written by Trey Herrera on Oct 15, 2017
Construction started on the four intersections of Frio Street on Oct. 6 and is expected to last about a month. While the intersections are closed, cars and buses will be directed to alternate routes. Beginning at 10 p.m. Oct.15, Frio Street at Cesar Chavez Boulevard will be closed. This will be the first of four intersections to be closed as construction continues for improvements along Frio Street. The other streets that will be closing are Frio Street at Buena Vista, West Commerce and West Houston. Each Intersection will be closed off for approximately one month.
Written by rudyarispe on May 24, 2017
The City of San Antonio is kicking off its “Breathe Today. SA Tomorrow.” air quality public education campaign to encourage businesses and residents to help reduce air pollution. The campaign will include blogger meet-ups, media outreach, neighborhood events, industry roundtables, social media postings and print and digital advertising. “Everyone has a role to play regarding our air quality,” said Chief Sustainability Officer Douglas Melnick, “and this is a message we want people to understand and take action on to help us maintain clean air.”
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Mar 01, 2017
San Antonians are being introduced - or in some cases, reintroduced - this week to the city’s SA Tomorrow comprehensive plan. The city is hosting open houses with representatives of a few city departments and other partner agencies provide basic information about the plan. The first of four open houses was held Feb. 28 at Stinson Airport. Last year, the City Council adopted the long-range plan to help guide the city as Bexar County prepares to add 1 million more residents by 2040.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Jan 04, 2017
San Antonio’s DreamWeek looks to have its largest offering yet of activities promoting the ideals of cultural diversity, equality, tolerance and progressive community action. The annual DreamWeek takes place Jan. 6-21, and includes dozens of events citywide — lectures, luncheons, community forums, festivals, exhibits, concerts, among other activities.