New state law will now allow property owners to remove racial deed restrictions through the courts
Although the restrictions are unenforceable, having been outlawed by the federal government, property owners who don’t want to see those racial restrictions in their property deeds, can have them removed through the courts under a new state law.
San Antonio's tradition of Valentine's Day weddings at the County Courthouse is canceled
The annual tradition of getting married on the Bexar County Courthouse steps at midnight on Valentine's Day, won't be happening this year. However, that doesn't mean San Antonio couples can't get married for free on the courthouse steps. Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark will be performing free wedding ceremonies on the Friday before Valentine's Day - Feb. 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Couples will need to make an appointment online through the County Clerk's website for all wedding ceremonies. Also happening during the month of February, Judge Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez is offering no-cost wedding ceremonies at the County Courthouse.mysanantonio.com
Get married for free in February in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO – The coronavirus pandemic has added stress to many relationships, causing some to crumble and others to become stronger than ever. Although mass wedding ceremonies on the Bexar County Courthouse steps have been cancelled for Valentine’s Day, the county is continuing a modified tradition of free wedding ceremonies for Valentine’s Day and during the month of February. Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark will be performing free wedding ceremonies from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12 on the courthouse steps every half hour. Wedding ceremonies are free but a suggested $20 donation to the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter and/or the Bexar County Family Justice Center is appreciated. The San Antonio Sentinel spoke with Judge Gonzalez who said that she’s happy to offer wedding ceremonies to both LGBTQIA and heterosexual couples.
Get married on the Bexar County Courthouse steps for free this Valentine’s Day
SAN ANTONIO – Want to get married on Valentine’s Day for free? Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark will be conducting free mass wedding ceremonies on the steps of the Bexar County Courthouse on Feb. 14. The county clerk’s office says the ceremonies will take place at 100 Dolorosa Street, on the north side of the courthouse. The ceremonies will be held during the following times:
Bexar County Clerk Offers New Service: Hunting and Fishing License Sales
As white-tailed deer season opens Saturday, Bexar County residents and visitors can purchase hunting licenses from the County Clerks office. Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark asked Bexar County Commissioners for permission to pursue becoming a licensed seller back in September. Commissioners approved her request, and the clerks office started selling hunting and fishing licenses on Oct. 16. Because the county only retains 5 percent of each license sold, the money made from selling licenses wont be significant, she said. Find what species are in season to hunt in Bexar County here.therivardreport.com