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Public input on SA Climate Ready, the city of San Antonio’s proposed climate action plan, is underway.

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The San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association is seeking clarification about the City of San Antonio’s recognition of the recently-passed city charter amendment known as Proposition C.

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San Antonio is slated to take up a council consideration request this week calling for measures to help increase public participation at city hall.

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Fitch, an international credit rating agency, has downgraded San Antonio’s credit to AA+.

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The last few choices San Antonio voters will make on their November ballots will be whether or not to approve three proposed changes to the city charter.

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San Antonio may regulate where gun shops can set up in the city. The City Council’s public safety committee on Tuesday passed initial recommendations that would restrict gun stores and gun shows from setting up near neighborhoods and schools.

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The San Antonio-Bexar County Joint Opioid Task Force wants San Antonio police officers trained on how to administer medication to someone who has overdosed on opioids.

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The San Antonio City Council passed a $2.8 billion budget for 2019 Thursday. This is the city’s largest budget — about $100,000 more than last year.

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The San Antonio International Airport has set another record for passenger growth. 

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San Antonio's proposed budget for fiscal year 2019 shows an increased total of $2.8 billion – and it's local government's highest ask to date.