Court tosses code enforcement cases spurred on by letter from disgraced former assistant development services director
An administrative hearing officer has tossed out four code violation cases against the owners of a west San Antonio storage yard after ruling that city code does not require the parking area to be paved.
City defends repeated contact with disgraced former assistant development services director
San Antonio officials have defended their repeated contact with a disgraced city executive after KSAT Investigates found a letter written by him was used as the catalyst for a code enforcement investigation at an elderly couple’s West Side property.
Rundown apartments now subject to extra inspections
In a near unanimous voice vote Thursday, the San Antonio City Council passed a new “Proactive Apartment Inspection Program,” which stems out of the attention that properties with numerous citations like Seven Oaks Apartments attracted in the summer of 2022.
Demand for action on San Antonio noise ordinance could impact entertainment venues
The City of San Antonio is considering a pilot program that would send code enforcement officers with SAPD officers responding to noise complaint calls, the effort is a way to take a look at the noise issues that are plaguing homeowners.