San Antonio city councilman Greg Brockhouse tells KTSA that city manager finalist Erik Walsh is not Sheryl Sculley.
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The race to replace outgoing city manager Sheryl Sculley is now down to one.
Eight of the 31 candidates to apply for the San Antonio city manager opening will be moving on to the interview round.
San Antonio city councilman Greg Brockhouse is accusing City Manager Sheryl Sculley and the mayor’s office of inappropriately leaking internal documents to the Rivard Report for a “hit piece” on an applicant for a vacant city council seat.
The City of San Antonio is blaming its downgraded credit prestige directly on two propositions that were approved by voters this past November.
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The San Antonio city council approved updates to the city’s 2019-2020 Tax Abatement Guidelines, which determines which businesses get financial incentives from the city government.
Think you know your local speed limit? Think again.
A group of 10 San Antonio business groups sent a letter to the city government Friday requesting the city repeal its paid sick leave ordinance.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued the San Antonio police chief for what he says are violations of the state’s immigration law targeting “sanctuary cities.”