San Antonio is, without question, the most backward city of any of the major urban Texas municipalities when it comes to making public records available. Opacity seems to be the rule.
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Written by AJPesquera on Jan 9 2019 - 5:30pm
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jan 3 2019 - 10:33am
LIVE now or replay later: Funeral Mass For Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo at San Fernando Cathedral on Jan. 3, 2019: Made possible by CTSA Catholic Television of San Antonio.
Written by Guest (not verified) on Jan 2 2019 - 5:18pm
By Allyson R Waller, The Texas Tribune
Written by JoleneAlmendarez on Jan 2 2019 - 4:13pm
Updated: Soon-to-be retired firefighter Dereck Hillyer was selected by community members to represent District 2 on City Council when the seat becomes vacant on Jan. 7.
Written by JoleneAlmendarez on Dec 28 2018 - 5:04pm
Just a week after District 2 Councilman William "Cruz" Shaw announced his resignation, 10 people announced their willingness to fill the seat at the conclusion of a town hall where the community drove the priorities.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 17 2018 - 5:49pm
By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune | Dec. 14, 2018
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Dec 13 2018 - 9:41pm
San Antonio City Council approved a measure Dec. 13 that would reward developers for building housing as expensive as $360,000, after city staff spent months in private meetings with for profit and nonprofit developers, but did not hold a single public hearing.
Written by Guest (not verified) on Dec 13 2018 - 9:27pm
Commentary by Jim Bailey, member of the Housing Policy Task Force
Written by Calasia_Haynes on Dec 13 2018 - 8:08pm
By Calasia Haynes and Sarah Grace Villarreal for NOWCastSA Immigrants and their advocates have much to be wary of when the Texas Legislature convenes in January, 2019.
Written by JoleneAlmendarez on Dec 13 2018 - 9:11am
About two dozen people gathered for a show of force outside City Hall Wednesday, Dec. 12, imploring the San Antonio City Council to stop “ramming through a policy” on housing development incentives. Community leaders said they want more time for people to understand specifics about the policy, how it has already impacted neighborhoods and families.