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Councilwoman Ana Sandoval Wants to Change the Climate at City Hall

Councilwoman Ana Sandoval Wants to Change the Climate at City Hall

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. Around 2002, Ana Sandoval was on the cusp of a life-changing decision. She was living what might appear to be a perfect life in San Francisco, complete with a postcard view of the Golden Gate Bridge from outside her apartment building. Opposite, she could see cable cars coasting

Early Voting Starts Today — Are You Ready?

Early voting for the May 4 municipal election begins on Monday, April 2 and ends Tuesday, April 30. This year’s election includes races for mayor and all ten City Council districts. There are nine candidates running in District 1; eight in District 2; seven in District 3; two in District 4; four in District 5;

Outgoing San Antonio City Councilman Rey Saldaña Ain’t Afraid of No Ten-Foot Crocodile

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. With clear eyes and an effortless smile, San Antonio City Councilman Rey Saldaña is looking back on his eight-year tenure without a single regret. As he approaches his final days in office, his administrative workspace is filled with memories and milestones commemorating his role as the neighborhood-hero-makes-good representative

Councilman Manny Pelaez Disses Jack Finger on Facebook

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. If you’ve ever been to a City Council meeting (or, to be honest, any public meeting), you probably have seen Jack M. Finger. He’s the perennial “citizen to be heard” at every public meeting, your token old-guy watchdog there to grandstand about misuse of city funds and government

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