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City Council approved a new structure to pay landowners not to develop their properties over the Edwards Aquifer’s sensitive recharge zone.
New rules could make it easier and cheaper to establish urban farms in the interest of promoting local, fresh food access.
City Council is set to vote Thursday on extending a program to protect its most precious water source under a new funding structure.
After the Governance Committee’s previous SAWS board recommendation dropped out of the running, members selected a new finalist.
Most City Council members praised a $100 million plan to fund aquifer protection, but two said they’d rather wait until after the November election.
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Officials have struck a deal that clears the way for development to support the largest crude oil-carrying ships in the world.
Suzanne Scott, who leads the agency that stewards the San Antonio River, will be director of the Texas chapter of the Nature Conservancy.
The more than 20-mile cave is downstream of a planned subdivision of 1,700 homes and three schools, planned by neighboring property owners.
‘God is not making more Honey Creeks’: Longtime neighbors clash over planned Hill Country development
A subdivision of 1,700 homes is creating conflict between a Hill Country landowner and his neighbor whose ancestors settled the area in the mid-1800s.
The charter amendment would replace the San Antonio utility’s board with direct City Council oversight and require a shift from fossil fuels.
Forecasters predict Hurricane Laura will slam into the Texas-Louisiana border early Thursday morning.