With new city budget taking effect, SAPD will soon see ballistic glass on more department vehicles
Following a string of shootings involving San Antonio Police officers, the city will spend $1.75 million in the coming years to upgrade windshields and side windows on police vehicles to ballistic glass.
Bexar County commissioners approve ‘symbolic’ property tax cut
Commissioners voted 3-1, with one abstention, to cut the tax rate for the county’s portion of property tax bills from $0.301097 to $0.299999 for every $100 of valuation. That equates to somewhere between a $3 to $4 savings a year for the average homeowner, staff said.
Protesters gather on the East Side to demand change in citys proposed budget
SAN ANTONIO Its a clash between a proposed city budget and a demand to defund the police. On Thursday, protesters gathered on the East Side at Pittman-Sullivan Park to discuss what defunding means to them and what other financial moves can be made within the citys budget. The full story can be viewed in the video player above. RELATED: Sky 12 over protestors at Bexar County Jail