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Example of one of the worst main breaks in recent years from SAWS
Contributed photo / San Antonio Water System

The San Antonio Water System reports water main break season has arrived as hot and dry weather conditions continue.

 


Eileen Pace / TPR News

U.S. representatives Henry Cuellar, Joaquín Castro, and Lloyd Doggett Thursday secured an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act which would improve the wastewater infrastructure for Joint Base San Antonio and surrounding areas.

Guadalupe “Lupito” Acuña

From spring blooms to classical music to a squeezebox competition, your weekend is here.

 

 


Tim Hernandez (Intern) / Texas Public Radio

Water rates under the San Antonio Water System will go up in 2018 and again in 2019 after the the City Council approved the increase in an 8-3 vote Thursday. The dissenting council members were District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse, District 9 Councilman John Courage, and District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry.

Courtesy SAWS

The San Antonio Water System is proposing a rate increase of 10.5 percent over the next two years, largely to support infrastructure upgrades for the city's sewer and water delivery systems.

A city council vote to approve or deny the adjustment was postponed in November and is expected to be taken up Thursday.

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