Government

City Utilities
5:27 pm
Thu August 30, 2012

CPS Employees Earn $16 Million in Bonuses, Councilman Questions Timing

District 7 Councilman Cris Medina said he believes it’s bad timing to issue bonuses to City Public Service executives and staffers because of a tough economy.

“People are trying to make ends meet and CPS energy is issuing out these types of bonuses; very surprising," said Medina. "And certainly the comments I’ve gotten from my constituents are that they’re excessive.”

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2012 Presidential Race
12:30 pm
Mon August 20, 2012

Gary Johnson: Libertarian Candidate for President

Gary Johnson, Libertarian candidate for president, campaigned in San Antonio and paused to talk about his beliefs and platforms
Ryan Loyd Texas Public Radio

Sweeping the country, former Governor of New Mexico and Libertarian candidate for president Gary Johnson stumped in San Antonio as the November general election nears.

Wasting no time to speak on the issues, he said why he thinks he is the clearest choice for the nation's next Commander in Chief.

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The Source
12:08 pm
Thu October 6, 2011

Bexar County Works To Preserve Historic Documents

The histories of San Antonio, and those of Texas, are illuminated in stories contained in legal documents of county courthouses around the state. 

Bexar County Clerk Gerry Rickhoff is working to preserve aging, fragile documents found in the Bexar County Courthouse, and to retrieve about 70,000 documents dating back to 1717, which were given to the University of Texas by a Bexar County Commissioners Court over 100 years ago. 

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