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Edmond Ortiz

Edmond Ortiz
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Edmond Ortiz is a lifelong San Antonian who worked for Prime Time Newspapers, San Antonio Express-News and Virtual Builders Exchange. He also freelanced for numerous local publications.

Kuhn named Alamo Heights city manager

ALAMO HEIGHTS — Buddy Kuhn is switching hats from assistant city manager/fire chief to city manager following his appointment by City Council. Kuhn is used to...

Olmos Park, San Antonio eye May 4 elections

Two Olmos Park residents will vie for an open City Council seat in the May 4 election, and several San Antonians are jockeying for...

Neighbors petition for more bike lanes

Enjoy cycling in Stone Oak, but want to add even more bike lanes? An online petition seeks your signature. A page on Change.org, accessible at...

Far North Side church to build a public park

It’s not every day a church develops a park for public use. Yet, Community Bible Church is planning to do just that with property at...

River Road residents oppose townhome project

River Road neighborhood residents are unhappy about an Austin developer’s plan to build townhomes on a vacant lot on Trail Street. The Historic and Design...

Olmos Park Slows Scooters’ Roll

OLMOS PARK — The city is rolling out regulations for the use of electric scooters. The City Council unanimously voted just before the new year to...

Hollywood Park aims for more greenery

HOLLYWOOD PARK — The city is promoting a tree-planting program that benefits homeowners and the environment. CPS Energy’s Green Shade Tree Rebate program rewards customers for...

Alamo Heights OKs more parking for The Argyle Club

ALAMO HEIGHTS — Members and employees of the historic Argyle Club will soon have more room to safely park their vehicles. The City Council unanimously voted...

Planned Stone Oak park to enter design phase soon

Stone Oak residents are offering ideas on amenities they envision for a new public park to be built over the next few years. This spring,...

Loop 1604 getting a makeover near Randolph AFB

Over the next few years, the Texas Department of Transportation plans to eliminate red lights on Loop 1604 from Interstate 10 to FM 78...

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