We hope that you all are staying healthy. We have
really missed seeing all of your faces over these last few
months. While we are not meeting in person next month, we will be
hosting a virtual District 10 Community Meeting on Monday, June
15 at 7:00 PM. We'll be joined by Justin Chamberlain with CPS
Energy and Amin Tohmaz and Gerald Roebuck with Code Compliance.
We will also be hosting a virtual FY 2021 Budget Town Hall with
City Manager, Erik Walsh, on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:00 PM. Both
meetings will air on TVSA. TVSA can be seen on the following video
providers: Spectrum Cable Channel 21, Grande Cable Channel 20,
AT&T U-verse Channel 99, Digital Antenna Channel 16.1 and
online at www.sanantonio.gov/tvsa.
We have put together an approximately six minute survey to gather your input regarding the FY 2021 Budget.
The first budget briefing took place on May 28. The FY 2020
Mid-Year Budget Review can be found here and the proposed COVID-19 Community Recovery and
Resiliency Plan can be found here. The remainder of the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget
schedule can be found here.
As always, thank you for being active community
members and leaders here in District 10. Please do not hesitate
to contact our office if we can be of any assistance to
you. The District 10 team is still on hand and available to
address your needs and concerns throughout this time.
Virtual District 10 Community Meeting - June 15, 7:00 PM
Virtual District 10 Budget Town Hall - June 23, 7:00 PM
Metro Health continues to provide up-to-date
information and resources for our residents on their website. The numbers are updated daily at 7:00 PM. Mayor
Nirenberg and Judge Wolff give nightly updates at 6:13 PM on
TVSA. TVSA can be seen on the following video providers: Spectrum
Cable Channel 21, Grande Cable Channel 20, AT&T U-verse
Channel 99, Digital Antenna Channel 16.1 and online at www.sanantonio.gov/tvsa or www.facebook.com/COSAGOV.
For information on Governor Abbott's Orders, click here.
Did you know that there are markers that designate
the path of the El Camino Real de los Tejas? These granite
markers were placed in five mile intervals along the El Camino
Real as a statewide project by the Daughters of the American
Revolution. Each of these markers read: "Kings Highway,
Camino Real, Old San Antonio Road, Marked by the Daughters of the
American Revolution and the State of Texas, A.D. 1918". We
have one right here in District 10! It’s located on the
corner of Higgins and Nacogdoches. When you get a chance
please go visit this piece of history in our District.
The District 10 office worked closely with El
Chaparral/Fertile Valley and Pepperidge Neighborhood Associations
to ensure that this monument remained protected. The monument was
recently restored and placed on a pedestal and surrounded by
Big thank you to Rodney Dziuk and his team at Public
Works for their hard work in preserving our own little piece of