Thanks to coronavirus, protesting your property taxes is different this year. San Antonio District 7 City Councilwoman Ana Sandoval interviewed Camille Rodriguez Brigant about how to protest and why you should - even if you are over 65. Then Sandoval talked with San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg about the city budget. He said some things won't be cut, like services for the city's most vulnerable residents.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jun 25 2020 - 4:09pm
Written by City of San Antonio on Jun 15 2020 - 4:01pm
At these virtual meetings, you can learn about and provide input on the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget. Between June 18 and 25, we're hosting meetings for Council Districts 1 through 10. Each meeting will be 1 hour long and you can attend from the comfort of your home! Check out the schedule below for dates and specific times.
Written by Laura Acevedo on Sep 13 2017 - 9:35pm
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg took questions from the Facebook Live audience about the new city budget, veterans, and cleaning up graffiti on the Sept. 13, 2017 edition of #AskRon Replay the video here:
Written by Joe Ruiz on Aug 25 2011 - 12:52pm
Most of the people who signed up to speak at a public hearing with District 8 Councilman Reed Williams expressed content with the way funding is currently being spent in San Antonio, with only a few focused on certain aspects of the budget and potential cuts.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Aug 23 2011 - 4:11pm
San Antonio residents gave impassioned pleas to city officials about the city's proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year.About 60 people gathered Monday, August 22, at the Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior One Stop Center for the District 6 public meeting about the proposed budget. Officials representing city departments were there to listen to reactions to the proposal.