Written by Joe Krier on Aug 10 2016 - 12:50am
Thursday, Aug. 11, City Council will vote on the three plans that make up SA Tomorrow, the proposed blueprint for accommodating San Antonio's projected growth of 1.1 million new residents through 2040. These plans will establish our development priorities and guide numerous spending decisions in the years to come.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Aug 7 2015 - 4:11pm
In an exclusive video interview with NOWCastSA, San Antonio District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño said ride-hailing company Lyft agreed to return to the city under a pact that includes disclosing to riders - in its app - whether a driver passed a 10-fingerprint background check. “This agreement is the first of its kind in the United States,” said Treviño.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Apr 19 2015 - 3:05pm
The San Antonio regulation that Uber rejects was co-authored by executives of the ride-hailing service, according to top city leaders who negotiated and drafted the ordinance. 
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Oct 20 2014 - 9:19pm
What does historic designation mean for you and for your property? The San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation hosted a series of conversations with local residents to explain and discuss the process, the criteria and the impact on an area that is designated a historic district. Click here for more information from the City's website, including details about the current historic districts.
Written by Ron Nirenberg on Aug 16 2013 - 3:32pm
Over the last several months, our city has engaged in a dialogue about what it means to be equal under the law, about discrimination, about hate, and about treating people with fairness and dignity.
Written by Randy Bear on Aug 7 2013 - 8:20pm
As several of you probably know, the San Antonio City Council will be considering modifications to city code to provide protection status for sexual orientation, gender identity, and veterans status. The protections will be added to five areas of the code that already provide protections for other classes. Those involve public accommodations, city employment, fair housing, contracts, and boards and commissions.