Ivy Taylor

Two weeks ago at her state of the city Mayor Ivy Taylor told us about her vision of San Antonio We invited her in to talk with The Source and answer your questions about the state of San Antonio. 

According to the team’s owners, Mayor Ivy Taylor will be meeting with owners of the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.  The Sky Sox are interested in moving their Triple A team to San Antonio in exchange for the Double-A San Antonio Missions moving to Colorado.

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Tuesday at the newly expanded Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor gave her "State of the City" speech. She praised colleagues, city leaders, and described the state of the San Antonio as "strong." 

We talk with San Antonio Express-News Columnist Gilbert Garcia for his reaction and analysis to Mayor Taylor's second time at this podium.

Guest:

  • Gilbert Garcia, columnist for the San Antonio Express-News
San Antonio Water System

Update: SAWS released the following statement at 9:06 a.m. Wednesday:

The Vista Ridge Water Supply Project has new leadership. Garney Construction has concluded an agreement with Spanish firm Abengoa S.A. to assume the lead role in the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Vista Ridge pipeline project. Garney will acquire an 80 percent equity stake and take over control of the project.

Original Story

Financially troubled Abengoa is taking steps to sell its majority stake in the $844 million Vista Ridge water pipeline.  Mayor Ivy Taylor made the announcement at her State of the City address Tuesday.

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