An explosion at a San Antonio power plant this week either bolstered the utility’s case for rate hikes to keep up with infrastructure maintenance demands or those of some critics […]
San Antonio leaders are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their stimulus request now. Concurrently, San Antonio Mayor Phil Hardberger has a lot of (admittedly) late-coming, but eco-sensical stuff he wants to see the city tackle in the near future: city-spanning efficiency retrofits, in-fill development along the San Antonio River, and the Holy Grail of public transport, light rail.
Yeah, SurvivaBalls for all would be a challenge. Recognized. Doesn’t stop us from expecting sober-minded planning to keep state residents in “Energy City, USA” of all places from going for weeks without power (and coming a mite close to marching to lofty Austin, Texas for your head, sir).