Boards & Commissions Rosters/Agendas

 

Current agendas are posted for Boards & Commissions as they become available. Regular meeting dates & times are subject to change. For information on accessing previous agendas please contact the Office of the City Clerk at 207-7253.

 
The Affirmative Action Advisory Committee is comprised of an 11 member board appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Committee evaluates and reviews the City’s Affirmative Action Plan. Meetings are held each month at 111 Soledad, Rm. 123. For more information, please go to: http://www.sanantonio.gov/EmployeeInformation/Relations/Commissions/AffirmativeAction.aspx
 
 
Liaison: Sony Peronel - (210) 207-4437

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. CLEM D. PEREZ  District 102/06/201405/31/2015
 Ms. VERONICA L. VASQUEZ (RESIGNED)  District 208/20/201505/31/2017
 Mr. EFRAIN TORRES Jr. District 301/12/201705/31/2017
 Dr. ANTHONY ROGERS  District 406/17/201005/31/2017
 Ms. MAGDALENA B. ALVARADO (RESIGNED)  District 505/01/201405/31/2015
 Mr. CARL C. HANEL  District 602/02/201205/31/2017
 Mr. KEN R. SLOAN  District 703/05/201505/31/2015
 Mr. RYAN M. PFLIPSEN (RESIGNED)  District 803/08/201205/31/2017
 Ms. LATONYA D. CARRAWAY (RESIGNED)  District 910/03/201305/31/2015
 Ms. DANIELLE CUNNINGHAM (RESIGNED  District 1006/19/201405/31/2017
 Dr. DORINDA B. ROLLE (RESIGNED)  Mayoral06/26/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Airport Advisory Commission (AAC) is comprised of 19 members appointed by City Council at-large for staggered two-year terms. Membership on the AAC includes representation from the following: three (3) Aviation industry to include, but not limited to, representatives from the Military, Commercial Airlines, National Air Transportation Association, National Business Aircraft Association, Aircraft Manufacturers, Private Aircraft Pilots, and Airline Pilots Association; six (6) Community Representatives to include a minimum of four (4) neighborhood associations from neighborhoods located near the Airport, each representing a different association; two (2) Travel and Tourism Industry Representatives; four (4) Business Community Representatives to include one (1) local Chamber of Commerce representative; one (1) Taxi Cab Industry Representative; one (1) Airport Business - Lessee; one (1) Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) Representative; and one (1) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Representative. The purpose of the AAC is to advise the City's Aviation Director on policies affecting the City's airports and air transportation initiatives. Meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at 3:30 PM at the San Antonio International Airport, Terminal 1, Mezzanine Conference Room. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio-airport.com.
 
 
Liaison: Nicole Fowles - (210) 207-1666

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. GEORGE D. ALVA  At Large04/12/201203/18/2018
 Mr. MARCO A. BARROS  At Large03/19/200903/18/2018
 Mr. DANIEL J. DECKER  At Large09/12/201303/18/2017
 Mr. MARK R. FESSLER  At Large04/12/201203/18/2018
 Ms. MARSHA B. HENDLER  At Large03/19/200903/18/2017
 Mr. ROBERT L. HENDRICKS  At Large06/19/201403/18/2017
 Mr. SEAN M. HENRICKSEN  At Large04/30/201503/18/2017
 Mr. LESLIE A. HOBGOOD  At Large04/01/201003/18/2018
 Mr. MARK T. HUFFSTUTLER  At Large06/16/201603/18/2017
 Mr. EARL JACKSON Jr. At Large02/03/201103/18/2018
 Ms. MAUREEN MCCANN  At Large10/11/201203/18/2018
 Mr. GEORGE C. MEKETA  At Large04/30/201503/18/2018
 Ms. DEBORAH A. OMOWALE  At Large06/16/201603/18/2018
 Ms. DIANE D. RATH  At Large04/30/201503/18/2017
 Mr. ALEXANDER RIEDEL  At Large06/16/201603/18/2018
 Mr. D. BRUCE SMITH  At Large09/12/201303/18/2017
 Ms. SANDRA L. TAYLOR  At Large03/19/200903/18/2017
 Mr. JOSEPH A. TREVINO  At Large04/30/201503/18/2017
 Ms. MELINDA A. VASQUEZ  At Large04/30/201503/18/2017
 
Total Members: 19
 
 
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The Animal Care Services Advisory Board (ACS) consists of 14 members. 11 of the members are appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Health Director, Animal Care Services Director and City Manager or designees serve as ex-officio non-voting members of the Board. The ACS shall include among its membership at least one (1) licensed veterinarian; one (1) City Official; one (1) animal shelter operator; and one (1) representative from an animal welfare organization. The ACS will visit the animal care services facility of the City at times selected by the ACS, and inspect all phases of the facility. Board members shall have access to all areas of the animal care services facility for observation purposes only. The ACS meets at least three (3) times per year. Meetings are held bi-monthly on the third Wednesday of the month at the Animal Care Services Shelter which is located at 4710 State Highway 151. Meetings begin at 6:30 PM. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/animalcare/.
 
 
Liaison: Maria Kieke - (210) 207-3338

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SEAMUS R. NELSON  District 102/18/201605/31/2017
 Dr. SHANNON R. ESPY  District 205/04/200605/31/2011
 Mr. GEORGE L. GARCIA  District 304/14/201605/31/2017
 Ms. RITA C. BRAEUTIGAM  District 402/12/201505/31/2017
 Ms. KAREN L. SPEER  District 501/31/201305/31/2017
 Mrs. VIRGINIA M. BROWN  District 611/21/201305/31/2017
 Mrs. VALERIE L. MOORE  District 701/14/201605/31/2017
 Ms. MONA R. THAXTON  District 809/03/200905/31/2017
 Mrs. SUSAN S. BELDON  District 911/03/201605/31/2017
 Ms. SALLIE F. SCOTT  District 1004/17/200805/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL SHANNON  Mayoral03/31/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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Currently, the Board of Directors is comprised of five (5) voting members serving two-year terms beginning on January 1 of even numbered years and ends December 31 of odd-numbered years. Unless appointed by the taxing entities as a voting member, the County Assessor-Collector serves as a non-voting Director. The Bexar Appraisal District Board of Directors has the following primary responsibilities: 1) Hiring the Chief Appraiser; 2) Appointing the Taxpayer Liaison Officer and Appraisal Review Board members; and 3) Approving the budget. Participating taxing units elect the Board of Directors. Meetings are held every fourth Monday of the month at 5:00 PM at the Bexar Appraisal District Office located at 411 N. Frio Street, unless noted otherwise. For more information, please go to: http://www.bcad.org/index.php/Board_Members
 
 
Liaison: Jennifer Rodriguez - (210) 242-2406

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Other01/01/201412/31/2017
 
Total Members: 1
 
 
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The Bexar Metro 9-1-1 Network District Board of Managers is comprised of nine (9) members, two (2) of whom are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council. Members serve staggered two-year terms. The Board of Managers establishes policy and adopts rules for the operation of the District. The Board may contract with any public or private entity to help accomplish the District's mission. The Board appoints an Executive Director who is responsible for the District's day-to-day operations. Board meetings occur at least three (3) times a year. Meetings are usually at 1:30 PM at 911 Saddletree Court, San Antonio, Texas 78231.
 
 
Liaison: Evelyn Losoya - (210) 408-3911

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. HEBERTO GUTIERREZ  Mayoral01/14/198802/28/2016
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  02/28/2016
 
Total Members: 2
 
 
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The Brooks Development Authority is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember. Members are appointed for a term of office of up to two years, to run concurrently with the terms of office of the city council that appoints each member. The membership is made up of various categories to include representatives from Academic Institutions, the Community, Financial sector, Real Estate industry, Technology and Research industry, and to include the City Manager's and Mayoral Representatives. “The Board’s duty and obligation is promote, develop, and sustain a vibrant community and catalyst for progressive economic development and prosperity.” Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 11:00 AM. For more information, please visit: http://www.brookscity-base.com/about-us/board-of-directors/
 
 
Liaison: José Macumba, Jr. - (210) 678-3301

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. JOHN PAUL JENNINGS  District 102/12/200905/31/2017
 Ms. MARGARET L. WILSON-ANAGLIA  District 210/04/201205/31/2017
 Ms. MICHELLE R. KRUPA  District 309/05/201305/31/2017
 Mr. CHARLES A. GONZALEZ  District 409/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. CARLOS J. CONTRERAS III District 508/15/201305/31/2015
 Mr. MANUEL VILLA Jr. District 611/01/201205/31/2017
 Mr. DAVID CHRISTIAN  District 709/10/201505/31/2017
 Mr. STEVEN GOLDBERG  District 806/14/201205/31/2017
 Ms. TAMARA A. TAPMAN  District 904/03/201405/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL D. ASMUS  District 1004/02/201505/31/2017
 Mr. INIGO ARZAC  Mayoral10/04/201205/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Building Standards Board (BSB) became effective January 1, 2012. The BSB is a citizen-based board and includes 14 members appointed by City Council. BSB membership requirements are prescribed for the following categories: Architect, Engineer, General Contractor, Social Worker, Health Care Professional, Retired person (over the age of 64) and Veteran of the United States Military. A professional property manager may be substituted for one general contractor and/or one social worker. The BSB consists of two panels of seven members. Each panel hears and rules on violations of the San Antonio Property Maintenance Code (SAPMC) and summary abatement appeals. Property owners are allowed to appeal a SAPMC Notice of Violation to the BSB based on issues of interpretation, intent, and application of code requirements. The BSB may issue civil penalties for failure to comply with the SAPMC. The panels also rule on cases related to the repair or demolition of unsafe structures. Each panel holds a hearing twice per month unless otherwise indicated. Meeting dates are the first and third Thursdays for Panel A, and the second and fourth Thursdays for Panel B. Meetings are held at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, located at 1901 S. Alamo St. Location and times of meetings are subject to change and can be verified with the liaison. Please contact the liaison for more information.
 
 
Liaison: Amanda Almanza - (210) 207-5422

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Rev. JOHN GAVIN ROGERS  District 103/02/201705/31/2017
 Ms. EVELYN BROWN  District 201/01/201205/31/2017
 Mr. FREDERICK A. ANDIS  District 304/28/201605/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD W. ZAGROCKI (Resigned)  District 411/03/201105/31/2017
 Ms. IRIS LUNA  District 509/29/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JESSE ZUNIGA Jr. District 601/01/201205/31/2017
 Mr. JOSEPH DIAZ  District 705/29/201405/31/2017
 Mr. CHARLES J. CONNER (RESIGNED)  District 803/10/201605/31/2017
 Col. HOMER D. NELSON  District 901/28/201605/31/2017
 Ms. Jennifer Heymann  District 1003/30/201705/31/2017
 Mr. FELIX J. ZIGA  At Large09/29/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL CARROLL  At Large09/29/201605/31/2017
 Dr. JOHN P. DICE  At Large12/08/201605/31/2017
 Mr. EDWARD P. MAGALLANES  At Large12/08/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 14
 
 
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The Building-related and Fire Codes Appeals and Advisory Board is comprised of seventeen members and seventeen alternate members all residing in the City of San Antonio that are appointed at-large by City Council. Nominations to City Council of both primary and alternate members for each category shall be made to the Secretary of the Appeals and Advisory Board by industry associations that are affiliated with nationally recognized organizations. Membership is by category and as follows: One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a structural engineer licensed or registered by the State of Texas as a professional engineer. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a fire protection engineer licensed or registered by the State of Texas as a professional engineer. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be an electrical engineer licensed or registered by the State of Texas as a professional engineer. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a plumbing engineer or a mechanical engineer licensed or registered by the State of Texas as a professional engineer. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be an architect licensed by the State of Texas. Two (2) members and two (2) alternates shall be registered building contractors by the City of San Antonio. Two (2) members and two (2) alternates shall be licensed by the State of Texas as a master electrician. Of these, one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent organized labor and one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent open shop. Two (2) members and two (2) alternates shall be licensed by the State of Texas as an air conditioning and refrigeration contractor. Of these, one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent organized labor and one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent open shop. Two (2) members and two (2) alternates shall be licensed by the State of Texas as a master plumber. Of these, one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent organized labor and one (1) member and one (1) alternate shall represent open shop. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a commercial building contractor. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a commercial building owner, manager, or their representative. One (1) member and (1) alternate shall be a Residential Group R-2 multi-family building owner, manager, or their representative. One (1) member and one (1) alternate shall be licensed by either the City of San Antonio or the State of Texas as a master sign electrician. The Appeals and Advisory Board shall hear and decide appeals of orders, decision or determinations made by the Building Official or the Fire Chief relative to the applications and interpretations of Chapters 10, Chapter 11 and specific Articles in Chapter 28 of the City Code and shall provide advise to the Building Official or Fire Chief on code-related matters upon request. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the months of January, April, July, and October, at 9:00 AM at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, Board Room, 1st Floor, 1901 S. Alamo. Meeting duration is approximately two hours. Special meetings are called during the building-related and fire codes adoption process and whenever formal appeals have been filed.
 
 
Liaison: Crystal Kastner - (210) 207-4681

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. MARK F. BEMIS  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. JEFF S. BEYER  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. DAVID BUSHEA (RESIGNED)  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Mr. JAMES R. CACCAMESE  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. MOISES A. CRUZ  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Mr. LOUIS FARAKLAS  At Large03/29/201205/31/2013
 Mr. ROBERT H. FORD  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. ANDRE S. GARABEDIAN  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER C. GARCIA  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Ms. EDNA Z. GECKLER  At Large03/20/201405/31/2015
 Mr. GARY A. HABY (RESIGNED)  At Large03/29/201205/31/2013
 Mr. ROBERT G. HANLEY  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Mr. ANDREW L. HOLLAND  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. VICTOR F. HUERTA  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. ALVIS R. HUNTER  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Mr. TIMOTHY D. KERLEY  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. CHARLES E. KIRK  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. MIKE LEONARD  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. JOE R. LEOS  At Large03/20/201405/31/2015
 Mr. ROY A. LOWEY-BALL  At Large03/20/201405/31/2015
 Mr. WILLIAM K. MONIER  At Large03/29/201205/31/2013
 Mr. DAVID D. MUNOZ  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. MICHAEL O'DAY  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. RODNEY C. OLIVIER  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. WILLIAM S. RAMZEL  At Large03/20/201405/31/2015
 Mr. MICHAEL J. RUST  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. PETER S. SITTERLE III At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. FRANK J. SITTERLE Jr. At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. BRYAN E. SMITH  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 Ms. CHRISTIE POGUE STREICHER  At Large10/18/201205/31/2013
 Mr. LYDELL M. TOYE  At Large03/29/201205/31/2015
 Mr. JACK G. UPTMORE  At Large03/01/201205/31/2015
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2013
 Mr. GILEAD R. ZIEMBA  At Large03/20/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 34
 
 
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The Capital Improvements Advisory Committee is comprised of 11 members serving two-year terms, one (1) member per City Council district and one (1) member representing the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction. Membership shall include at least five (5) members representing real estate development or building industry and the remainder representing the community. The Committee advises and assists in the implementation of the impact fee process pursuant to Chapter 395 of the Local Government Code which establishes the method for municipalities to impose impact fees for recouping the cost of off-site capital improvements necessitated by new development. The Committee also serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council with recommendations for the development of the Land Use Assumptions, impact fee related Capital Improvements Plans and in the calculation of the impact fees. The Committee meets as needed. Meetings are usually held on Wednesday mornings at 8:30 AM at the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) offices located at 2800 US Highway 281 North.
 
 
Liaison: Sam Mills - (210) 233-3742

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. ARLENE B. FISHER  District 109/08/201105/31/2017
 Ms. SUSAN M. WRIGHT  District 208/11/200505/31/2011
 Ms. DEBRA A. GUERRERO  District 306/11/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL W. CUDE  District 409/09/201005/31/2013
 Mr. HENRY REYES  District 509/01/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL HOGAN  District 611/10/200505/31/2017
 Mr. FREDDIE A. RANGEL  District 702/02/201705/31/2017
 Ms. AMY HARDBERGER  District 809/29/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL D. MOORE  District 901/14/201605/31/2017
 Mr. DANIEL D. KOSSL PE District 1009/10/200905/31/2017
 Mr. STEPHEN COLLEY  Mayoral06/30/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Charter Review Commission will be composed of thirteen members as follows: 7 Community Representatives; 2 Former Elected City Officials; 1 Former City Employee; 1 Individual with Expertise in Municipal Law; 1 Individual with Expertise in Human Resources Management; 1 Individual with Expertise in Municipal Finance. The Charter Review Commission is charged with reviewing the Charter of the City of San Antonio to identify obsolete, inconsistent, or unwieldy sections or terms; to study the issues of Council pay, and the filling of the office of the Mayor in the event of a midterm vacancy; and make other suggestions for amendment that it finds advisable. The Commission shall bring all recommended amendments to the City Council for consideration. The Commission is further charged with the continued review of the Charter, and to bring recommendations to the City Council for consideration for future Charter amendment elections.
 
 
Liaison: Camila Kunau - (210) 207-5602

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. RICHARD PEREZ  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2017
 Ms. MARGARET ANAGLIA  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2017
 Ms. SHARON M. DE LA GARZA  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Councilmember MIKE GALLAGHER  Mayoral12/13/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JUAN GARCIA  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Mr. FRANK MICHAEL GARCIA  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2017
 Mr. FRANCISCO J. GARZA Jr. Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN GILBERT  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2017
 Mr. ART A. HALL  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Mrs. Deborah Marino  Mayoral03/08/201705/31/2017
 Ms. PATRICIA Y. RODRIGUEZ  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Dr. FRANCINE S. ROMERO  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 Mr. JEFF WEBSTER  Mayoral12/18/201405/31/2017
 
Total Members: 13
 
 
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The San Antonio Police Department is asking for any residents interested in serving the community to apply for the Chief’s Advisory Action Board (CAAB). As part of the Police Executive Research Forum study, the group recommended a change in the composition and appointment of the board. This change would result in a balance between the rights of the accused officers and the interests of the community the department is meant to protect. As a result, the San Antonio Police Officers Association and the San Antonio Police Department agreed in the Collective Bargaining Agreement that the board will be comprised of 7 appointees selected from a panel of fourteen (14) members. Seven uniformed employees will also serve on the Board. The Collective Bargaining Agreement was passed by Mayor and City Council in May 2010. There will be opportunities to rotate citizens on the Board. Members of the board of the Advisory Action Board will be required to attend the Chief’s Advisory Action Board (CAAB) meetings in the conference room located within the Internal Affairs Office. Meeting frequency is dependent on the caseload but could occur bi-weekly. Additionally, they will be required to prepare for the meetings by reviewing the cases that will be discussed and voted on during the course of the meetings. During the board meetings, the members will hear a detailed briefing of the various cases that are on the agenda by their respective investigator and will also have the opportunity to question the complainants as well as the accused officers, if the complainants and/or officers choose to attend the meetings. The board members will then be given the opportunity to cast a secret ballot on how the case should be disposed of. If the case is sustained by a majority, the members will have a second vote to determine a recommended discipline. Members should be aware that their decisions are only recommendations, and the final decision on the various cases under investigation will be made by the Chief of Police. For additional information please contact InternalAffairs@SanAntonio.gov.
 
 
Liaison: Joe Frank Picazo - (210) 207-7360

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. FRANK G. ANAYA Jr. Other04/28/200502/20/2018
 Mr. ARMANDO C. CADENA  Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Mr. RICHARD LEE FLETCHER Jr. Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Ms. ROSA M. GONZALEZ  Other12/16/201202/20/2018
 Ms. ROSALINDA GUIA  Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Dr. CHARLES H. HOOD  Other12/16/201002/20/2018
 Mr. CHARLES V. LANDY Jr. Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Mrs. LAUREN M. LEFTON RESNEK  Other06/20/201302/20/2018
 Mr. FAROOQ MALIK  Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Dr. DOSHIE P. PIPER  Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Ms. JESSICA R. SANCHEZ  Other02/21/201602/20/2018
 Ms. ELEANOR K. SPROWL  Other12/16/201002/20/2018
 Ms. GENE VINSON  Other12/16/201202/20/2018
 Mr. FREDERICK J. WILLIAMS  Other12/16/201002/20/2018
 
Total Members: 14
 
 
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The Citizens’ Environmental Advisory Committee (CEAC) is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The mission of the CEAC is to advise the City Council on its environmental efforts with a strong focus on ensuring the advancement of the City of San Antonio’s “Mission Verde” sustainability plan. The “Mission Verde” plan offers several long-term environmental initiatives that are designed to encourage future development that are economically, environmentally, and socially responsible. The Committee will provide recommendations on effective environmental projects, programs and policies to City staff and City Council, and will serve as a forum for the community to offer input concerning environmental sustainability. CEAC usually meets the first Friday of each month at 8:00 AM at 1400 S. Flores, Main Conference Room. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/sustainability/OrdinancesAndGovernance/EnvironmentalAdvisoryCommittee.aspx
 
 
Liaison: Liza C. Meyer - (210) 207-1449

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. TENNA FLORIAN  District 109/29/201105/31/2017
 Mr. JESS MAYES  District 211/12/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RUDI HARST (RESIGNED)  District 304/09/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GILBERT MORALES (RESIGNED)  District 410/09/201405/31/2015
 Dr. KAMALA PLATT  District 512/04/201405/31/2017
 Ms. KRISTIN SRAMEK (RESIGNED)  District 605/13/201005/31/2015
 Mrs. LISA GARZA ARMSTRONG (RESIGNED)  District 708/06/200905/31/2015
 Dr. HAZEM M. RASHED-ALI  District 809/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. BILL H. BAILEY  District 908/20/201505/31/2017
 Mr. THURSTEN D. SIMONSEN  District 1003/12/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. ERIN K. ZAYKO  Mayoral06/19/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The City Commission on Veterans Affairs is comprised of 11 members who reside in the City of San Antonio and are appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. Members are individuals from the public and private sector that are retired military. Their mission is to serve as the community’s liaison and advocate for veterans’ affairs. They advise the City Council on issues affecting San Antonio Veterans and their families and make recommendations for improving services. The Commission meets every other month on the third Monday of the month at 3:00 PM, in Municipal Plaza Room C, 103 S. Main, San Antonio, Texas 78205. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/oma/veterans.aspx
 
 
Liaison: Monique Lane - (210) 207-3312

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. CRIS VIEYRA Jr. District 105/31/201205/31/2015
 Mr. JAMES DEVNO  District 202/11/201005/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN A. RODRIGUEZ  District 306/15/200605/31/2017
 Mr. ALBERT HINOJOSA  District 406/19/200805/31/2015
 Mr. HILARIO HENRY GARCIA  District 508/21/201405/31/2015
 Mr. ALFREDO DOMINGUEZ III District 608/16/201205/31/2017
 Mr. NORMAN W. CRADER  District 711/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. LARRY V. PARSONS  District 808/20/201505/31/2017
 Mr. PAUL L. MILLER  District 912/11/201405/31/2017
 Mrs. IZA L. RAMIREZ  District 1012/04/201405/31/2017
 Mr. GEORGE G. DAVILA (RESIGNED)  Mayoral11/03/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The City of San Antonio Education Facilities Corporation Board of Directors is comprised of the Mayor, each City Councilmember, the finance Director, and the City Clerk for two-year terms. The Corporation is organized solely and exclusively for the purpose of aiding non-profit institutions of higher education in providing educational facilities and housing facilities by issuing revenue bonds for said purposes on behalf of the City. Meetings are held on weekdays during working hours 7:45 AM to 4:00 PM (the meeting hour is set at the convenience of the Board Members). Meetings are held at the Frost Bank Building, 1900 W. Houston, Suite 1900.
 
 
Liaison: Andy Mixon - (210) 207- 8163

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember MIKE GALLAGHER  Other06/17/201405/31/2017
 Councilmember SHIRLEY GONZALES  Other06/24/201305/31/2017
 Mr. BEN GORZELL  Other06/24/201005/31/2017
 Councilmember JOE KRIER  Other06/24/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember RAY LOPEZ  Other06/24/201005/31/2017
 Councilmember CRIS MEDINA  Other06/17/201105/31/2017
 Councilmember RON NIRENBERG  Other06/24/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember REY SALDAÑA  Other06/01/201105/31/2017
 Mayor IVY R. TAYLOR  Other07/22/201405/31/2017
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 Ms. LETICIA M. VACEK  Other06/24/201005/31/2017
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Other06/24/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember ALAN E. WARRICK  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The City/County Joint Commission on Elderly Affairs is comprised of 17 members. Eleven of the members are appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember, and five (5) members are appointed by the Bexar County Commissioners Court for two-year terms. The Executive Director of the Alamo Area of Council of Governments serves on the Commission as an ex-officio member. To be eligible for appointment, members must be 60 years of age or older. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity on issues affecting the City/County’s elderly citizens, 60 years and older. The mission of the Commission is to work to improve the quality of life for seniors in San Antonio and Bexar County through outreach, advocacy, and support of senior services and resources. Meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at 10:00 AM at the Vista Verde Plaza Building, 233 N. Pecos la Trinidad, San Antonio Texas 78207-3175, unless otherwise noted.
 
 
Liaison: Yolanda Perez - (210) 207-6379

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. BARBARA WITTE-HOWELL  District 112/13/201205/31/2017
 Mrs. SALLIE CONYERS SCOTT (RESIGNED)  District 211/07/201305/31/2015
 Ms. TONI MOORHOUSE  District 311/30/200605/31/2015
 Mr. GEORGE LYNN BRITTON Jr. District 404/13/200605/31/2017
 Ms. GLORIA ZAMORA  District 511/07/201305/31/2017
 Ms. BONNIE G. WEED  District 610/16/201405/31/2017
 Ms. EDNA DORIS GRIFFIN  District 711/02/200605/31/2017
 Ms. LILA G. AGUIRRE  District 809/18/201405/31/2017
 Ms. GLORIA GREEN  District 911/19/201505/31/2017
 Mr. L.J. COTT  District 1004/28/201605/31/2017
 Ms. SHELLEY MCMULLEN (RESIGNED)  Mayoral03/31/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Community Action Advisory Board is a federally mandated tripartite board comprised of 15 members as follows: • (5) Representatives of the Low Income Individuals and Families • (5) Representatives of Organizations • (5) Elected Officials to include 4 City Council Members appointed by the Mayor, and 1 County Commissioner appointed by the County Judge. The City of San Antonio, Department of Human Services (DHS) is the designated Community Action Agency and the Community Services Block Grant eligible entity for Bexar County. DHS has operated the Community Action Program (CAP) since 1979. The Community Action Advisory Board acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council on the operation of the Community Action Program, and oversees the extent and quality of services for low income individuals and families.
 
 
Liaison: Minerva Hernandez - (210) 207-5917

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. DENISE RICHARDSON (RESIGNED  Other01/01/201512/31/2016
 Councilmember SHIRLEY GONZALES  Mayoral10/03/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember RAY LOPEZ  Mayoral10/03/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Mayoral06/01/201505/31/2017
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Mayoral10/03/201305/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN ALVAREZ (RESIGNED)  Other01/01/201612/31/2017
 Ms. ISA FERNANDEZ  Other01/01/201612/31/2017
 Ms. HOLLY FRINDELL  Other01/01/201612/31/2017
 Ms. NORA LISA GONZALES  Other01/01/201612/31/2017
 Ms. GLADYS GONZALEZ  Other01/01/201512/31/2016
 Ms. LAURIE GRUENBECK  Other01/01/201212/31/2017
 Dr. ANNE J. MATULA  Other01/01/201312/31/2016
 Commissioner SERGIO RODRIGUEZ  Other09/01/201405/31/2017
 Ms. CHERYL WEISE (RESIGNED)  Other01/01/201512/31/2016
 Ms. SHEMEKA WOODSON  Other09/01/201512/31/2016
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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The Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) is comprised of 11 members appointed at-large by the City Council for two-year terms from the following categories: School District; Public Transit; College & University; Neighborhood Association; Workforce Development and Capacity Building; Small Business Assistance; Environment; Non-profit Developer/Service Provider; Real Estate/Development; Financial Services; and Non-profit Housing Provider. The CDAC is responsible for implementing the Strategic Plan for Community Development with the following three major elements: Reinvestment Planning, Coordinating City Resources, and Leveraging Private Sector Investment. CDAC builds relationships with community partners, proposes policy changes regarding community development, and provides recommendations to City Council.
 
 
Liaison: Patrick Howard - (210) 207-7950

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. CHRISTINA MARIE CASTANO  At Large12/04/200805/31/2011
 Dr. CHRISTINE DRENNON  At Large12/04/200805/31/2011
 Ms. JENNIFER MARIE GONZALEZ  At Large12/04/200805/31/2011
 Mr. DARNELL MCLAURIN  At Large01/21/201005/31/2011
 Mr. IGNACIO A. PEREZ  At Large12/04/200805/31/2011
 Mr. J. OSCAR RAMIREZ  At Large01/15/200905/31/2011
 Mr. RICHARD "DICK" B. ROWE  At Large10/29/200905/31/2011
 Mr. STEVEN K. SANO  At Large12/04/200805/31/2011
 AVAILABLE At Large   
 AVAILABLE At Large   
 AVAILABLE At Large   
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Conservation Advisory Board is comprised of nine (9) members appointed by the City Council for two-year terms. City Ordinance provides for nominees from the following subdivisions, agencies or organizations: Texas Parks and Wildlife, Edwards Aquifer Authority, San Antonio River Authority, San Antonio Water System, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, The Economic Development Foundation, Medina County, Uvalde County, and the Director of the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. The Board was originally created on April 6, 2000, to provide input and advice to City Council on the development of the approved sales tax, Proposition No. 3 entitled "Park Development and Expansion Venue Project." The Board continued in this capacity when, on May 7, 2005, and again on November 2, 2010 voters approved Propositions No. 1, "Edwards Aquifer Protection Venue Project," which continues the City's program of protecting the Edwards Aquifer. The meeting times vary, but usually are held once a month. For more information, please go to: http://www.sanantonio.gov/EdwardsAquifer
 
 
Liaison: Grant Ellis - (210) 207-2815

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. CLAYTON S. BINFORD  Other02/23/200605/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN CHISHOLM  Other08/06/201505/31/2017
 Mr. BROCK J. CURRY  Other04/17/201405/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN P. DODSON  Other06/29/200605/31/2017
 Mr. SCOTT RANDALL HALTY  Other06/29/200005/31/2017
 Mr. CHRIS HOLM  Other11/03/201105/31/2017
 Mr. MATTHEW S. MYERS  Other11/03/201105/31/2017
 Dr. FRANCINE SANDERS ROMERO  Other02/18/201005/31/2017
 Mr. XAVIER URRUTIA  Other01/01/200905/31/2017
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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The Convention and Visitors Commission is comprised of 27 members appointed by the City Council for two-year terms as follows: six (6) representing the San Antonio Hotel/Motel Association; one (1) each representing the San Antonio Restaurant Association, Paseo Del Rio Association, Market Square, San Antonio Tourism Council, and the San Antonio Sports; one (1) Airline Representative; one (1) Taxicab Industry Representative; one (1) Mayoral appointee; two (2) representing Theme Parks; two (2) representing the Arts and Cultural Community; three (3) representing local Chambers of Commerece and four (4) representing the General Community. Two (2) members of the City Council serve as ex-officio members. The Commission assists the respective Directors in establishing measurable objectives for the Alamodome, Convention Facilities, and Convention and Visitors Bureau. It also evaluates the effectiveness of current and proposed programs, and advises in the preparation of the departmental budgets. Regularly scheduled meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every other month at 9:30 AM in the Convention & Visitors Bureau Main Conference Room on the Second Floor of the International Center, 203 South St. Mary’s. For more information, please visit http://partners.visitsanantonio.com/.
 
 
Liaison: Shanna Smith - (210) 207-6737

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Mayoral12/11/201505/31/2017
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Mayoral10/03/201305/31/2017
 Mr. LARRY S. ANTHIS  At Large06/07/201205/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN WILLIAM BOULOUBASIS Jr. At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Mr. HENRY BRUN  At Large10/29/200905/31/2017
 Ms. CHRISTAL A. CAMPBELL  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Ms. DIANE L. CENTENO  At Large10/09/201405/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL CORTEZ  At Large10/13/200505/31/2017
 Mr. GEOFFREY WILLIAM CRABTREE  At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Ms. PATRICIA FRANK  At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Mr. RUDY D. GARZA  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. WILLIAM F GRINNAN Jr. At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Mr. JOHNNY HERNANDEZ  At Large06/01/200605/31/2017
 Mr. JUSTIN R. HOLLEY  At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Ms. VANESSA LACOSS HURD  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MARIA A. MARTINEZ  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. FRANK J. MICELI  At Large10/29/200905/31/2017
 Ms. TAMMY L. PEACOCK-WERLINE  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. WILLIAM RICHARD PETRELLA  At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS PHILLIPS Jr. At Large11/01/200705/31/2017
 Mr. BOB RAYMOND  At Large10/13/200505/31/2017
 Mr. ROBERTO R. RODRIGUEZ  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RON STINSON  At Large11/01/200705/31/2017
 Mr. TIMOTHY E. SULLIVAN  At Large10/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. WILLIAM NEAL THURMAN III At Large01/08/201505/31/2017
 Mr. KHAVISCHAL A. TIWARI  At Large06/13/201305/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN R. WALLACE Jr. At Large05/05/201105/31/2017
 
Total Members: 27
 
 
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The CPS Energy Board of Trustees, in accordance with bond ordinances, governs the natural gas and electric utility. The Board consists of four (4) citizens representing the four (4) geographical quadrants of the City of San Antonio and the Mayor of San Antonio who serves as an ex-officio member. Trustees must reside within the CPS Energy quadrant that they represent. Board members serve for a term of five (5) years and are eligible to serve an additional term. The Board has authority and power with reference to the control, management and operation of the electric and gas systems and the expenditures. Members receive $2,000 compensation per year; the chairperson receives $2,500 per year. The Mayor of the City of San Antonio serves as ex-officio and receives no compensation. Meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 1:30 PM in the first floor of the CPS Energy Main Office Building located at 145 Navarro. Meeting duration is usually two hours. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.cpsenergy.com/en/about-us/who-we-are/trustees.html" target="_blank">http://www.cpsenergy.com/en/about-us/who-we-are/trustees.html</a> or call Lori Johnson – 210-353-2386.
 
 
Liaison: Kathijo Feder - (210) 353-4831

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mayor IVY R. TAYLOR  Mayoral07/22/201405/31/2017
 Dr. HOMER GUEVARA Jr. Other03/19/200901/31/2019
 Mr. DERRICK HOWARD  Other02/01/200801/31/2018
 Mr. EDWARD B. KELLEY  Other05/19/201101/31/2022
 Mr. JOHN T. STEEN  Other02/18/201601/31/2021
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The Disability Access Advisory Committee is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Disability Access Advisory Committee was established to work closely with the City of San Antonio Disability Access Office as part of San Antonio's efforts to provide accessible services and facilities for citizens with disabilities. The Advisory Committee consists of consumers with disabilities, providers of services to people with disabilities and interested San Antonio residents. Meetings are held bi-monthly on the second Monday at 3:00 PM at Lion’s Field Adult and Senior Center, 2809 Broadway (in Brackenridge Park at the corner of Mulberry Avenue). Meeting duration is usually one to one and a half hours. Special meetings are called as needed. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/adaDAAC.asp.
 
 
Liaison: Olivia Gaitan - (210) 207-7245

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. ANNE C LARME  District 103/21/201305/31/2015
 Ms. CHARLOTTE D. BROUSSARD  District 210/04/201205/31/2017
 Ms. RACHEL W. CYWINSKI  District 303/31/201605/31/2017
 Mr. ABRAHAM ROBLES (RESIGNED) Jr. District 411/29/200705/31/2015
 Mr. LOUIS A. BOFFA  District 509/01/201605/31/2017
 Ms. BONNIE G. WEED  District 612/19/201305/31/2017
 Mrs. TERESA S. CLEGHORN (RESIGNED)  District 705/01/201405/31/2015
 Mr. DIETER D. CANTU (RESIGNED)  District 809/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD N. BERRY  District 903/30/200605/31/2017
 Mr. DONALD JOSEPH MALIK  District 1005/29/200805/31/2017
 Ms. ATHALIE D. MALONE  Mayoral06/26/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Employee-Management Committee was established on August 26, 2004, and amended the City Code of the City of San Antonio by adding a new Division to Article IV (Equal Opportunity and Employee Relations), Chapter 2, in order to provide a consultation process for management and employees to discuss issues and concerns related to employment conditions. The Employee-Management Committee consists of the following: one (1) representative from each registered employee organization; one (1) city employee member from each registered employee organization; one (1) representative from the City Manager’s Office; one (1) representative from the Human Resources Department (Director of Human Resources or designee); three (3) Department Directors (on a rotating basis); and one (1) employee from each of seven (7) EEO categories represented by the Committee. The Committee meets at least once each quarter, or more frequently as determined by the Human Resources Department. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.sanantonio.gov/hr/employee_relations/management.asp" target="_blank">http://www.sanantonio.gov/hr/employee_relations/management.asp.</a>
 
 
Liaison: Sony Peronel - (210) 207-4437

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ROGER K. ARNOLD  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. HENRY BASSUK  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. RONALD BROWN  Other09/14/201309/30/2019
 Mr. OGDEN D. CHAMBERLAIN  Other01/20/200509/30/2019
 Ms. ALMA CUNNINGHAM  Other02/01/200509/30/2019
 Ms. RENEE FRIEDA  Other  09/30/2019
 Mr. MIKE FRISBIE  Other11/09/201609/30/2019
 Mr. BEN GORZELL  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. THOMAS GREGORY  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. HECTOR GUTIERREZ  Other11/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. DEXTER KATZMAN  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Ms. KAREN KUPPERS-ALVIZO  Other11/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. DEE LIM  Other09/14/201309/30/2019
 Ms. HEIDI MANTI  Other11/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. DAVID MCCARY  Other08/01/200909/30/2019
 Mr. JORGE PEREZ  Other05/30/201209/30/2019
 Mr. RUDY ROSALES  Other02/01/200509/30/2019
 Mr. CRESENCIO SANDOVAL  Other07/29/201609/30/2019
 Mr. ROGER TAMEZ  Other12/01/201609/30/2019
 Mr. HUMBERTO VASQUEZ  Other09/14/201309/30/2019
 
Total Members: 23
 
 
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The Ethics Review Board is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for staggered two-year terms. In May 2004, the City Charter was amended to establish an independent Ethics Review Board with jurisdiction over the City Ethics Code and the Municipal Campaign Finance Regulations. Members must be residents of the City and have good moral character. No member of the Board shall be: a salaried City official or employee; an elected public official; a candidate for elected public office; an officer of a political party; a campaign treasurer, campaign manager, officer or other policy or decision-maker for the campaign of any candidate for elected public office; a campaign treasurer, campaign manager, officer or other policy or decision-maker for any political action committee as defined in the Texas Election Code; a member of any City Board or Commission other than the Ethics Review Board; a member of any board or commission for which the position is appointed by City Council; or a lobbyist required to register under Division 5 of the Ethics Code. No member of the Board shall have any convictions for a felony or a crime of moral turpitude, or found in violation of any provisions of the City’s Code of Ethics. The Commission meets as necessary in the Municipal Plaza Building "C" Room, 114 W. Commerce, usually at 6:00 PM.
 
 
Liaison: Rosalinda Diaz - (210) 207-7021

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. MELANIE A. CASTILLO  District 103/03/201604/25/2017
 Mr. COURTNEY D. HILLIARD  District 201/28/201604/25/2017
 Mr. RUBEN J. DE LEON  District 312/19/201304/25/2018
 Dr. ADRIANA R. GARCIA  District 409/03/201504/25/2018
 Ms. MAGDALENA B. ALVARADO  District 510/09/201404/25/2015
 Ms. LINDA M. JACKSON  District 611/21/201304/25/2018
 Mr. Francisco Javier Galvan  District 703/30/201704/25/2018
 Ms. VICTORIA M. MORENO-HERRERA  District 808/11/201604/25/2017
 Mr. WADE B. SHELTON  District 902/23/201704/25/2017
 Mr. RODNEY VAN KIRK  District 1003/02/201704/25/2017
 Mrs. PAULA J. MCGEE  Mayoral11/10/201604/25/2018
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Fire and Police Pension Fund, San Antonio provides comprehensive retirement, death and disability benefits for the City of San Antonio's approximately 5,987 police officers, firefighters, retirees and their beneficiaries. For more information, please go to <a href=" https://www.safppf.org/" target="_blank"> https://www.safppf.org/</a>
 
 
Liaison: Warren Schott - (210) 534-3262

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. HARRY GRIFFIN      
 Mr. DEAN R. PEARSON      
 Mr. LARRY A. REED      
 Mr. JIM SMITH      
 Mr. J. T. TREVINO      
 Mr. SHAWN URY      
 Mr. ART A. HALL  Mayoral04/15/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember JOE KRIER  Mayoral08/20/201505/31/2017
 Councilmember RAY LOPEZ  Mayoral01/16/201405/31/2017
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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TThe Fire and Police Pre-Funded Health Care Trust Fund, San Antonio provides comprehensive health care benefits for the City of San Antonio's approximately 5,987 police officers, firefighters, retirees and their beneficiaries. For more information please visit: http://www.prefundedsa.com/.
 
 
Liaison: James Bounds - (210) 220-1389

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. DOUGLAS BERRY      
 Mr. MICHAEL DESPRES      
 Mr. ANDREW ESTRADA      
 Mr. ROBERT MARTINEZ      
 Mr. HENRY TREVINO      
 Mr. ART ALCAUSIN HALL  Mayoral04/15/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember RON NIRENBERG  Mayoral08/20/201505/31/2017
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2013
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Mayoral08/20/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GERARD P. CLANCY  Other   
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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The Firefighters’ and Police Officers’ Civil Service Commission is comprised of three (3) members appointed by the City Manager and ratified by the City Council for three-year staggered terms. Members must reside in the City of San Antonio, be over the age of 25, and not have held any public office within the preceding three (3) years. Commissioners receive compensation of $20.00 per meeting. The Commission has the power of interpretation of Fire and Police Civil Service Rules. Such rules and regulations prescribe what constitutes causes for removal or suspension of a Firefighter or Police Officer. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 9:00 AM at 111 Soledad, Rm. 123. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/hr/employee_relations/fire.asp.
 
 
Liaison: Sarah Bilger - (210) 207-8719

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. ADELITA CAVADA  Other08/04/201612/19/2018
 Mr. DONALD G. HALLORAN  Other03/08/201212/19/2017
 Mrs. FRANCINE PROSSER-JOHNSON  Other12/16/201012/19/2016
 
Total Members: 3
 
 
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The Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Ordinance requires the creation of Goal Setting Committees, which establish aspirational and contract-specific small, minority, and women-owned business enterprise goals for City of San Antonio contracts. Each of the three Goal Setting Committees is chaired by a representative of the City Manager and includes representatives from the International and Economic Development Department, Purchasing and General Services/Capital Improvements Management Services and, on a rotating basis, a representative from the department from which contracts will be reviewed. Two citizens also serve on each Goal Setting Committee and vote when reviewing contracts over $3 million and when establishing annual aspirational goals.
 
 
Liaison: Shuchi Nagpal - (210) 207-1001

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. LESTER BRYANT  At Large11/21/201305/31/2015
 Ms. VALERIE GONZALEZ (RESIGNED)  At Large09/29/201105/31/2013
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER A. SCOTT  At Large02/13/201405/31/2015
 Ms. ROXANNE TREVINO SILVA  At Large08/07/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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The City of San Antonio Head Start Policy Council is comprised of nine (9) members and is authorized to act as the Policy Council for the City of San Antonio Head Start Program in accordance with Head Start Federal Regulations. Of the nine (9) members, seven (7) are elected parents of children who are currently enrolled in the Head Start program and 2 (two) are members of the community at large, but may also include parents of children who were formerly enrolled in the Head Start program. The community at large members are elected by parent members of the City of San Antonio Head Start Policy Council and can apply if they fall within the following categories/backgrounds: Early Childhood Education, Higher Education, Business, Community At-Large, and/or Medical Representative. The terms are for one (1) year with a term limit of three (3) years. Additionally, seven (7) alternate parent members are elected, each serving when the primary is absent from a meeting; however, the maximum number of voting members shall remain at nine (9). The City of San Antonio Head Start Policy Council meets every 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:15 p.m. at the Head Start Office, 1227 Brady Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78207. For more information, please go to http://saheadstart.org
 
 
Liaison: Fatima El Khoury - (210) 206-5551

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. CINDY BERNABE  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. REBECCA FLORES  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. JENNIFER GONZALES  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. VALERIE GONZALEZ  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. ROSALINDA HERNANDEZ  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. DORA MALDONADO  Other12/15/201511/30/2017
 Mr. ALBERT MARTINEZ  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. SHANTEL READDY  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 Ms. DINA SERRANO  Other12/13/201611/30/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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HemisFair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor for staggered four-year terms. In August 2009, City Council created the HPARC to manage and oversee the redevelopment of HemisFair Park and its surrounding area. Meetings are held the second Friday of each month at 8:00 AM at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Executive Assembly Conference Center, located at 200 E. Market Street. Meeting locations are subject to change and will be posted on the agenda. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/hemisfairpark.
 
 
Liaison: Omar Gonzalez - (210) 560-5733

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. CARA D. DEANDA  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2019
 Mr. DIRK ELMENDORF  Mayoral10/04/201208/13/2017
 Mr. PAUL W. FOSTER (RESIGNED)  Mayoral12/08/201108/13/2016
 Mr. TRACY E. HAMMER  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2017
 Mr. JUAN A. LANDA  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2018
 Mrs. CYNTHIA LEE  Mayoral12/03/201508/13/2016
 Mr. DANIEL A. LOPEZ  Mayoral08/13/200908/13/2019
 Mr. SHOKARE NAKPODIA  Mayoral09/17/201508/13/2017
 Ms. SUE ANN PEMBERTON  Mayoral08/13/200908/13/2019
 Mr. ROD J. RADLE  Mayoral06/16/201108/13/2018
 Mr. WILLIAM G. SHOWN  Mayoral08/13/200908/13/2018
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) consists of 11 members who reside in the City of San Antonio appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms from the following categories: architecture, architectural history, archaeology, historic preservation, landscape architecture, planning, public art, and the general community. HDRC reviews projects related to exterior changes to properties that are individually designated landmarks; within one of the City's historic districts; located within one of six (6) River Improvement Overlay (RIO) districts (including the River Walk); located within a Viewshed Protection district; or that are publicly-owned (i.e. libraries, parks, fire stations, etc.). In considering whether to recommend approval or disapproval of an application for a Certificate of Appropriateness, the HDRC is guided by the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation, the City of San Antonio's Unified Development Code, and any additional design guidelines adopted by City Council. Meetings are held twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays at 3:00 PM at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center Board Room, 1901 South Alamo, 1st Floor. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.sanantonio.gov/historic/hdrc.aspx" target="_blank">http://www.sanantonio.gov/historic/hdrc.aspx.</a>
 
 
Liaison: Kelsi Kiper - (210) 207-7991

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. TIMOTHY B. CONE  District 103/31/200505/31/2017
 Mr. Daniel J. Lazarine  District 203/05/201505/31/2017
 Mr. EDWARD A. GARZA  District 304/28/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL C. CONNOR  District 412/10/200905/31/2017
 Mrs. YVETTE BENAVIDES  District 502/02/201705/31/2017
 Mr. KENT A. BRITTAIN Jr. District 612/03/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. ANNE-MARIE GRUBE  District 701/14/201605/31/2017
 Dr. AZZA KAMAL  District 802/02/201705/31/2017
 Mr. JOEL R. GARCIA  District 912/01/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN R. LAFFOON  District 1012/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL S. GUARINO  Mayoral08/05/201005/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Joint City/County Citizens Bond Oversight Commission is comprised of 20 members. The San Antonio City Council and the Bexar County Commissioners Court each appoint 10 members to serve on the Commission. Appointments are made to ensure representation from all sectors of the City of San Antonio and Bexar County. The Chair of the Commission shall be selected jointly by the Mayor of the City of San Antonio and the Bexar County Judge. The Commission may create committees to advise on certain matters. Members serve two-year terms. The Commission advises City and County Elected Officials as to the recommended process for delivery of capital improvements projects, including review of scope, cost estimate, budget, schedule, public input, alternative delivery systems, program management and other capital improvement processes. The Commission meets as often as necessary, but not less than four (4) times per year. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/cims/cboc.asp.
 
 
Liaison: Brenda Navarro - (210) 207-6027

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. EDWARD E. COLLINS III At Large10/17/201305/31/2014
 Mr. JULIUS CHRIS CORSO  At Large09/11/200305/31/2014
 Mr. MOISES A. CRUZ  At Large10/17/201305/31/2014
 Mr. ARTHUR J. DOWNEY  At Large10/30/201405/31/2016
 Mr. JERRY G. GONZALES  At Large08/30/201205/31/2014
 Mr. NICHOLAS GUINN  At Large10/30/201405/31/2016
 Ms. BRENDA VICKERY JOHNSON  At Large09/11/200305/31/2014
 Mr. FRANK A. QUIJANO Sr. At Large08/30/201205/31/2014
 Mr. KENNETH W. THOMAS (RESIGNED) Jr. At Large12/03/200905/31/2014
 AVAILABLE At Large  05/31/2014
 
Total Members: 10
 
 
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The Linear Creekway Parks Advisory Board is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Board is charged with providing input and advice to staff and the City Council regarding acquisition and appropriate development of linear parks along major creeks and rivers and their tributaries in the San Antonio Area. Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM, usually in the Media Briefing Room, City Hall, 1st Floor, 100 Military Plaza. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/creekways/.
 
 
Liaison: Brandon Ross - (210) 207-6101

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. COSIMA T. COLVIN  District 109/08/201105/31/2017
 Ms. CAROL S. CALBERG  District 203/11/201005/31/2017
 Mr. CHARLES MICHAEL BARTLETT  District 302/02/200605/31/2015
 Dr. RANDALL S. PREISSIG  District 409/29/200505/31/2017
 Ms. SUSAN P. POWERS (RESIGNED)  District 501/31/201305/31/2015
 Mr. MYRL R. BRITTEN  District 612/19/201305/31/2017
 Mr. GREG K. HAMMER  District 708/30/200705/31/2017
 Mr. JEFFREY M. WATSON  District 801/14/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN F. KENT  District 903/01/201205/31/2017
 Ms. SHERRI DUGAS  District 1008/29/201305/31/2017
 Mr. HOWARD W. PEAK  Mayoral03/24/200505/31/2013
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember and a total of 22 associate members that are appointed by the commission members (2 each). The Commission advises the City Council on matters affecting the employment opportunities, education, social, civic and political participation by women in the American way of life. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:15 PM at City Hall in the Media Briefing Room.
 
 
Liaison: Rebecca De La Garza - (210) 207-7879

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. JEANETTE M. HONERMANN  District 102/18/201605/31/2017
 Mrs. KEELY H. PETTY  District 204/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JENNIFER V. RAMOS  District 302/06/201405/31/2017
 Ms. CRISTINA J. BAZALDUA-SALAZAR  District 408/18/201105/31/2017
 Ms. GERALDINE J. GARCIA  District 505/12/201605/31/2017
 Ms. MELESSA C. RODRIGUEZ  District 612/03/201505/31/2017
 Ms. KATHERINE K. DEBAUCHE  District 709/10/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. LINDA LOPEZ-GEORGE  District 808/06/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JANE FRITZ  District 908/06/201505/31/2017
 Ms. NAOMI E. MILLER  District 1008/06/201505/31/2017
 Ms. ANDREA RODRIGUEZ  Mayoral12/04/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Municipal Civil Service Commission is comprised of three (3) regular members and three (3) alternate members appointed by the City Council for two-year terms. Members shall be qualified electors of the City, and shall neither hold nor be a candidate for any other public office or position. The Commission hears appeals regarding municipal employee suspensions, reductions or removals, and investigates personnel administration of the City as needed. Members are compensated for their services. Meetings are held twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 AM in the 111 Soledad, Rm. 123. Meeting duration varies from one hour to eight hours depending on agenda. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.sanantonio.gov/hr/employee_relations/municipal.asp" target="_blank">http://www.sanantonio.gov/hr/employee_relations/municipal.asp.</a>
 
 
Liaison: Sony Peronel - (210) 207-4437

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. LEON L. COE  At Large06/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD "NICK" A. LEE  At Large05/03/200705/31/2017
 Mr. JOSEPH S. TARTELL  At Large03/13/200505/31/2017
 Mrs. DELIA R. TRIMBLE  At Large08/04/201105/31/2017
 Mr. LELAND E. WINGERT  At Large06/24/201005/31/2017
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The Municipal Golf Association - SA (MGA-SA) Board of Directors consists of 15 members, seven (7) selected by MGA-SA according to provisions in its by-laws, six (6) appointed by City Council and two (2) ex-officio voting members appointed by the City Manager. Appointments made by the City Council are for two-year terms. The mission of the MGA-SA is to provide the best quality of municipal golf to citizens at an affordable rate, and to also continue to provide municipal golf as a City amenity available to citizens and visitors. MGA-SA seeks to provide access to all citizens and visitors, and encourages senior play, as well as promotes junior golf. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please go to http://www.alamocitygolftrail.com/homepage/start_page.php.
 
 
Liaison: Gabe Farias - (210) 461-0709

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. THEODORE E. DAVIS Jr. At Large10/17/201305/02/2017
 Mr. GABRIEL D. FARIAS  At Large09/17/200905/02/2017
 Mr. JEFF HARVEY  At Large10/17/201305/02/2017
 Mr. SAMUEL E. LUNA Jr. At Large01/29/201505/02/2017
 Ms. MICHELLE PAIR  At Large10/17/201305/02/2017
 Mr. RUDY F. RODRIGUEZ  At Large12/03/201505/02/2017
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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The Neighborhood Improvements Advisory Committee was established by City Council on December 15, 2016 to ensure ongoing citizen feedback throughout implementation of the proposed 2017 Neighborhood Improvements Bond. The Committee will be comprised of one (1) Committee Chair, ten (10) individuals representing the ten City Council districts, to be appointed by respective City Council Member; five (5) individuals who reside within the boundaries of one of the Neighborhood Improvement Areas, to be appointed by the Mayor; and one (1) representative from the Housing Commission, to be appointed by the Mayor. The Committee will meet on an ad-hoc basis to advise the City and the Office of Urban Redevelopment San Antonio (OUR SA) on selection of proposed projects within the 12 Neighborhood Improvement Areas approved by City Council. Additional information regarding the Neighborhood Improvements Bond and the corresponding Urban Renewal Plan and 12 eligible areas is available in the Urban Renewal Plan at http://www.sanantonio.gov/2017Bond. Considerations for project selection may include (a) the degree to which a proposed project will eradicate distressed conditions; (b) the likelihood that the project will spur further investment in the area; (c) the need for infrastructure investment in the area; (d) the need for workforce and mixed-income housing in the area; and (e) the need for retail or neighborhood-serving commercial uses (if proposed).
 
 
Liaison: Richard Keith - (210) 207-0145

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE District 1   
 AVAILABLE District 2   
 AVAILABLE District 3   
 AVAILABLE District 4   
 AVAILABLE District 5   
 AVAILABLE District 6   
 AVAILABLE District 7   
 AVAILABLE District 8   
 AVAILABLE District 9   
 AVAILABLE District 10   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 AVAILABLE Mayoral   
 
Total Members: 17
 
 
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Office of Urban Redevelopment (formally San Antonio Development Agency - SADA) is comprised of seven (7) members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council for staggered two-year terms. The legal authority for OUR SA was established by referendum election in 1957 under Title 12, Chapter 374 (Urban Renewal in Municipalities) of the Texas Local Government Code. OUR SA, as the Urban Renewal Agency for the City of San Antonio, is charged with the duty of eliminating blight and slums. OUR SA has been organized to develop and implement strategies to meet the revitalization and redevelopment needs and directives of the City of San Antonio as identified by the City management and approved by City Council. OUR SA is also responsible for all Land Bank activities involving the acquisition, maintenance, and disposal of properties acquired through foreclosure Along with the legal ability to acquire and hold properties, actions of this Board are subject to all applicable Federal, State and local guidelines and rules, as well as approval by the City Council. In addition, Commissioners are required to be residents of the City of San Antonio and shall be owners of real property. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 1: 30 PM at 1400 S. Flores, in the Housing and Neighborhood Services Conference Room unless otherwise directed by the Board Chair.
 
 
Liaison: Scott Price - (210) 207-6357

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. SHEILA D. ANDERSON  Mayoral10/29/201512/18/2016
 Mr. JUAN A. GARCIA  Mayoral06/19/201412/18/2015
 Mr. RUBEN C. GARCIA  Mayoral06/02/201612/18/2017
 Mr. RAYMOND H. LUCAS  Mayoral03/03/201112/18/2016
 Mr. MICHAEL A. MOCZYGEMBA  Mayoral03/03/201112/18/2016
 Mr. DAVID RODRIGUEZ  Mayoral03/03/201112/18/2016
 Mrs. TAMMI R. WOODARD  Mayoral06/02/201612/18/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The Parks and Recreation Board is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Parks and Recreation Board serves in a liaison capacity to the community on issues affecting the Parks and Recreation Department. Board Members serve in an advisory capacity on issues pertaining to park facilities, recreational programming, passive and active green space, grant opportunities, and special projects. This body works collaboratively with departmental staff to ensure effective implementation of strategic initiatives and to enhance the quality of life for the community. The Board meets regularly on the fourth Monday of each month at City Hall in the Media Briefing Room, 1st Floor located at 100 Military Plaza. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/sapar/parksboard.asp. *Please note there are no current vacancies on this board. Applications are being accepted.
 
 
Liaison: Rachel C. Dominguez - (210) 207-8482

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ERIK K. SANDEN  District 112/01/201605/31/2017
 Ms. ELIZABETH A. FRANKLIN  District 212/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GIRIEN (RESIGNE R. SALAZAR  District 303/31/201605/31/2017
 Ms. MARY KATHRYN LUNA  District 409/10/200905/31/2017
 Mr. ALFRED P. ROCHA  District 509/01/201605/31/2017
 Mr. KEVIN O. GRANT  District 602/02/201205/31/2015
 Mr. FRANK G. FONSECA  District 705/01/201405/31/2017
 Ms. MELISSA D. UNSELL  District 809/11/201405/31/2017
 Mr. DAVID H. WALSWORTH  District 906/09/201605/31/2017
 Ms. ALLISON P. COHEN  District 1009/17/201505/31/2017
 Ms. PRISCILLA D. CAMACHO (RESIGNED)  Mayoral02/10/201105/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Planning Commission is comprised of nine (9) members appointed by the City Council for staggered two-year terms. Members must reside in the City of San Antonio. Members receive compensation of $20.00 per meeting, not to exceed $1,040 per annum. The Commission advises the City Council on the Master Plan for the physical development of San Antonio. The Commission also provides recommendations on capital improvements, and administers regulations on subdivisions and platting, to include the Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction. Meetings are held twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesdays at 2:00 PM at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, 1901 South Alamo, 1st Floor. Meeting duration is usually four to five hours. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/dsd/planningcommission.asp
 
 
Liaison: Hector Hernandez - (210) 207-0261

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. KACY CIGARROA  At Large12/01/201610/06/2018
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER CARLOS GARCIA  At Large12/01/201610/06/2018
 Mr. MICHAEL A. GARCIA Jr. At Large11/21/201310/06/2017
 Ms. JUNE RUTH KACHTIK  At Large12/01/201610/08/2018
 Mr. MARCELLO DIEGO MARTINEZ  At Large11/15/201210/06/2017
 Mr. ANDREW MATTHEW OZUNA  At Large12/01/201610/06/2018
 Mr. GEORGE W. PECK  At Large10/13/201210/06/2018
 Mr. JODY RAY SHERRILL  At Large10/29/200910/06/2017
 Mr. CASEY J. WHITTINGTON  At Large12/01/201610/06/2017
 Mrs. MARY E. ROGERS (EX-OFFICIO)  Other01/27/200505/31/2017
 Dr. FRANCINE S. ROMERO (EX-OFFICIO)  Other08/01/201305/31/2017
 Councilmember REY SALDAÑA (EX-OFFICIO)  Other11/03/201105/31/2017
 Ms. SHERYL SCULLEY (EX-OFFICIO)  Other06/01/201305/31/2017
 
Total Members: 9
 
 
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Port Authority of San Antonio is a “Defense Base Development Authority,” a special district and political subdivision of the State of Texas, established by the City of San Antonio pursuant to Chapter 378 of the Texas Local Government Code. The Port Authority operates as a self-sustaining business entity with its profits reinvested in the Port as equity toward its redevelopment. The Port Authority is responsible for managing and developing the 1,880 acres of real estate assets that compromised the former Kelly AFB that were conveyed to the Port Authority by the United States Air Force. The Port Authority provides the vision and policy guidance to manage and develop the property into an international multi-modal logistics, industrial airport and rail port in a foreign-trade zone. A high density mixed-use Kelly Center is also being developed in the heart of the property. The Port Authority Board of Directors is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember. Members are appointed for a term of office of up to two years, to run concurrently with the terms of office of the city council that appoints each member. The Port Authority seeks board members with expertise in the fields of business leadership with backgrounds in finance, real estate development, marketing, manufacturing, international transportation, trade and aeronautical fields. For Fiscal Year 2015, Board meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month, except for the month of July, at 1:00 PM at the Port Authority, 907 Billy Mitchell Blvd. For more information, please go to: http://www.portsanantonio.us.
 
 
Liaison: Caroline Diaz - (210) 362-7820

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ROLANDO BONO  District 112/06/201205/31/2017
 Mr. EDWARD J. MOORE  District 203/11/201011/30/2013
 Mr. ANDREW M. ANGUIANO  District 311/03/201105/31/2017
 Ms. VICTORIA M. GARCIA  District 409/03/200905/31/2017
 Mr. JUAN F. SOLIS III District 509/05/201305/31/2017
 Mr. VICTOR ALEJANDRO LANDA  District 603/08/200705/31/2017
 Ms. CHRISTINE D. ALDERETE  District 706/19/200805/31/2017
 Mr. DANIEL F. WEINGART  District 802/12/200905/31/2017
 Mr. JAMES W. MOCK III District 903/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MARC K. WHYTE  District 1003/02/201705/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL A. NAVA  Mayoral  05/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The Riverwalk Capital Improvements Advisory Committee is comprised of seven (7) members from the following categories: two (2) River Bend Lessees; one (1) downtown resident who is NOT a lessee; one (1) downtown business owner who is NOT a lessee; one (1) City of San Antonio Director of Downtown Operations; one (1) City of San Antonio Historic Preservation Officer; and the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department. The Committee advises the City Council on spending priorities from the Riverwalk Special Revenue Fund dedicated to capital infrastructure improvements of the Riverwalk. Meeting times and locations vary.
 
 
Liaison: Ann Acron - (210) 207-2194

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. JOHN S. BEAUCHAMP  At Large10/01/200912/19/2013
 Mr. WILLIAM F. GRINNAN Jr. At Large12/19/200212/19/2013
 Ms. JOAN M. KORTE  At Large05/03/200712/19/2013
 Mr. BILL JOHN LYONS  At Large12/19/200212/19/2012
 Mr. JIM MERY  Other01/01/201212/19/2017
 Mrs. SHANON MILLER  Other10/10/200812/19/2017
 Mr. XAVIER URRUTIA  Other01/01/200912/19/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The SA2020 Commission on Education is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council on matters affecting the education of San Antonio residents. The Commission works in concert with stakeholders, SA2020, and the Department of Human Services to help meet the educations goals, indicators, and measures identified during the SA2020 process.
 
 
Liaison: Ana Acevedo - (210) 207-8239

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. ANITA L. FERNANDEZ  District 106/01/201305/31/2017
 Mr. LESTER BRYANT (RESIGNED)  District 209/05/201305/31/2015
 Ms. RITA URESTI  District 309/10/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MOLLY A. MORENO (RESIGNED)  District 401/09/201405/31/2015
 Mr. JULIUS G. LORENZI  District 504/10/201405/31/2017
 AVAILABLE District 6  05/31/2015
 Dr. SOFIA BAHENA  District 710/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. PAUL B. MARTIN  District 802/19/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL G. MACNAUGHTON  District 903/02/201705/31/2017
 Mrs. MARYANN JARRELL  District 1003/12/201505/31/2017
 Ms. EMILY CALDERON GALDEANO  Mayoral10/29/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The SA2020 Commission on Family Well-Being is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council on matters affecting the well-being of San Antonio residents and families. The Commission works in concert with stakeholders, SA2020, and the Department of Human Services to help meet the family well-being and safety net goals, indicators, and measure identified during the SA2020 process.
 
 
Liaison: Jodi Galbraith - (210) 206-2437

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. JOANN LOPEZ  District 101/30/201405/31/2017
 Ms. CELESTE C. TAGLE  District 205/08/201405/31/2015
 Ms. Juany Torres  District 303/30/201705/31/2017
 Ms. JULIET E. GARCIA  District 404/09/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JOVANNA LOPEZ (RESIGNED)  District 505/01/201405/31/2015
 Mr. RUBEN R. PERALES Jr. District 610/29/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. MARGARITA C. ORTIZ (RESIGNED)  District 703/20/201405/31/2015
 Ms. MARIANNE Z. KESTENBAUM  District 810/03/201305/31/2017
 Rev. ARTHUR J. GONZALES Jr. District 906/11/201505/31/2017
 Ms. BARBARA SCHEIB  District 1003/02/201705/31/2017
 Dr. SANJUANITA GARZA-COX (RESIGNED)  Mayoral12/19/201305/31/2015
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The San Antonio Arts Commission, created on April 2, 2015, is comprised of fifteen (15) members appointed by the Mayor and City Council for two-year terms. The members represent the following categories: one (1) Chairperson; four (4) visual arts; two (2) performing arts; one (1) literary arts; four (4) public art and urban design; one (1) cultural festivals and events; and two (2) art patronage. The Arts Commission has the responsibility to make recommendations in accordance with adopted policies and guidelines regarding the city’s arts funding and public art programs. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every other month at 9:00am at Municipal Plaza Building “B” Room, 114 West Commerce Street unless otherwise posted. For more information please go to http://www.getcreativesanantonio.com
 
 
Liaison: Lauren Faske - 210 207-1436

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. DAGOBERTO P. PATLAN  District 106/16/201605/31/2017
 Ms. NETTIE P. HINTON  District 204/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. YADHIRA LOZANO  District 310/22/201505/31/2017
 Ms. SUSANA M. SEGURA  District 404/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. VALERIA HERNANDEZ  District 504/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MARIA M. BENAVIDES  District 606/30/201605/31/2017
 Mr. HENRY BRUN  District 704/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MARGARET R. KANYUSIK  District 810/29/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. FREDA FACEY  District 901/14/201605/31/2017
 Dr. MARK ROGERS  District 1004/02/201505/31/2017
 Mr. SUHAIL ARASTU  Mayoral10/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RENE P. BARILLEAUX  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2017
 Mr. EDUARDO GARCIA (RESIGNED)  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2015
 Mr. GUILLERMO NICOLAS  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JESSICA R. SANCHEZ  Mayoral04/02/201505/31/2015
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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The City of San Antonio is currently accepting applications from qualified individuals who are eligible to serve on the San Antonio Bike Share Board of Directors. The Board of Directors will be comprised of nine (9) members, three (3) of which will be appointed by the Mayor and City Council to oversee all business operations related to San Antonio’s Bike Share program. Board members will work to create a long-term vision for the success of B-Cycle in San Antonio while ensuring the program’s financial sustainability. The mission of the San Antonio Bike Share is to inspire the community to use B-cycle as a simple solution for health and environmentally-friendly transportation.
 
 
Liaison: Timothy Mulry - (210) 207-6372

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. DEBORAH A. KORINCHOCK  At Large12/17/201506/21/2016
 Ms. ANITA LEDBETTER  At Large12/17/201506/21/2016
 Ms. SYLVIA MONTEMAYOR  At Large12/17/201506/21/2016
 
Total Members: 3
 
 
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The Early Childhood Education Municipal Development Corporation Board of Directors is comprised of 11 an eleven member board appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Board is responsible for implementing and overseeing the Pre-K 4 SA initiative. Meetings are regularly held in Meeting Room B of the Municipal Plaza Building located at 114 W Commerce.
 
 
Liaison: Andie Rodriguez - (210) 206-2754

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Dr. RICHARD A MIDDLETON  District 112/13/201205/31/2017
 Ms. PAMELA RAY  District 212/13/201205/31/2018
 Major General JOSUE ROBLES Jr. District 312/13/201205/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD PEREZ  District 412/13/201205/31/2018
 Ms. GLORIA A RAMIREZ  District 512/13/201205/31/2017
 Ms. LUCY HALL  District 606/01/201405/31/2018
 Ms. FRANCES M. GUZMAN  District 709/03/201505/31/2017
 Dr. SHARI ALBRIGHT  District 806/01/201405/31/2018
 Dr. GOGI A. DICKSON  District 909/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. PHILLIP THOMSON  District 1006/01/201605/31/2018
 Ms. ELAINE MENDOZA  Mayoral12/13/201205/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The San Antonio Economic Development Corporation Board consists of the Mayor, City Manager, Chair of Economic and Community Development Council Committee, Chair of Infrastructure and Growth Council Committee, who serve until a successor is named, and three (3) at-large citizen positions. The San Antonio Economic Development Corporation is a Type B Corporation authorized under Chapters 501, 502 and 505 of the Texas Local Government Code. The Corporation is organized by the City of San Antonio, Texas to promote, assist, and enhance economic development activities for the City, to provide an additional tool to invest in economic development projects, achieve a return on investment, and provide funds for future opportunities.
 
 
Liaison: Ketly Hinojos - (210) 207-6315

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. MICHAEL T. DWYER  At Large02/03/201105/31/2018
 Councilmember JOE KRIER  At Large06/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JUAN ANTONIO LANDA  At Large05/13/201005/31/2018
 Councilmember RAY LOPEZ  At Large06/01/201505/31/2017
 Ms. SHERYL L. SCULLEY  At Large06/01/201505/31/2017
 Mayor IVY R. TAYLOR  At Large07/22/201405/31/2017
 Ms. MARIANNE C. WATSON  At Large05/13/201005/31/2018
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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San Antonio Education Partnership, Inc. is a 15 member Board of Directors serves as the chief policy-making body of the Education Partnership. Members represent each of the five (5) major groups involved in the Partnership with five (5) at-large positions. One strength of the Partnership that has remained constant throughout its existence is the coming together of five major partners to invest in youth. The San Antonio Education Partnership Mission Statement conveys this sense of purpose: The Partners are from education, business, government, and community organizations challenging, investing in, and providing hope for our at-risk youth. Through the use of scholarships and support systems, the Partnership leverages educational achievement to increase graduation rates, college enrollment, and the development of human capital. For more information, please go to http://www.saedpartnership.org/ The Board of Directors generally meets every month throughout the year, except for July.
 
 
Liaison: Jeanne Russell - (210) 229-9900

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember REY SALDAÑA  Mayoral11/03/201105/31/2017
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2017
 
Total Members: 0
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) consists of seven (7) members appointed by the Mayor for two-year staggered terms of office. Two (2) members must be tenants of a public housing project. SAHA manages and controls the low-rent housing units of the City, and has the power to hire technical experts and such other officers, agents and employees, permanent and temporary, and determines their duties and compensations. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 1:00 PM at the Housing Authority located at 818 S. Flores. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.saha.org/index.php/about-saha" target="_blank">http://www.saha.org/index.php/about-saha</a>
 
 
Liaison: Marissa Perez - (210) 477-6056

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. THOMAS F. ADKISSON  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2017
 Ms. FRANCESCA CABALLERO  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 Mr. CHARLES CLACK  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 Ms. MARIE R. MCCLURE  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2017
 Mr. CHARLES R. MUNOZ  Mayoral08/19/201008/26/2017
 Dr. MORRIS ANTHONY STRIBLING  Mayoral03/06/201308/26/2016
 Mrs. JESSICA WEAVER  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Commission to Protect & Preserve Dynamic & Diverse Neighborhoods is comprised of 15 members appointed for two year terms coterminous with City Council. Membership includes one (1) non-profit developer, one (1) non-profit housing provider, one (1) housing law and/or policy expert, one (1) academic/ historian, one (1) architect or urban designer, one (1) construction professional, one (1) San Antonio Housing Authority representative, two (2) financial institution representatives, two (2) for-profit private real estate/ development representatives, and four (4) neighborhood group/ community representatives (one (1) of which shall be a non-profit service provider). The Commission is an advisory board to the City Council charged with making recommendations on workforce/affordable housing preservation and production as well as policies to minimize displacement and mitigate the effects of neighborhood change.
 
 
Liaison: Christopher Lazaro - (210) 207-2731

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ROD RADLE  District 109/18/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JACKIE L. GORMAN  District 209/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GABRIEL Q VELASQUEZ  District 309/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. ANGEL JOSE GONZALEZ II District 403/02/201705/31/2017
 Ms. DEBRA A. GUERRERO  District 509/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL A. HOGAN  District 609/18/201505/31/2017
 Dr. REBECCA J. WALTER  District 709/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. NOAH GARCIA Jr. District 809/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GEORGE J. BALLIET  District 909/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. GILBERT M. PIETTE  District 1009/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JAMES H. BAILEY  Mayoral09/18/201505/31/2017
 Ms. JENNIFER M. GONZALEZ  Mayoral09/18/201505/31/2017
 Ms. NATALIE GRIFFITH  Mayoral09/18/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD MILK  Mayoral09/18/201505/31/2017
 Ms. CAROL RODRIGUEZ  Mayoral09/18/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Finance Corporation (the Corporation) is a public non-profit corporation. Powers of the Corporation are vested in a Board of Directors, consisting of seven persons, each of whom is appointed by the City Council. The members of the Board of Commissioners of the San Antonio Housing Authority shall serve as members of the Board of Directors of the Corporation. The Corporation issues tax exempt revenue bonds for the purpose of providing financing for Moderate Rehabilitation Housing under the provisions of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937. Meetings are held on an as-needed basis.
 
 
Liaison: Vera Enriquez - (210) 477-6133

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. THOMAS F. ADKISSON  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2017
 Ms. FRANCESCA CABALLERO  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 Mr. CHARLES CLACK  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 Ms. MARIE R. MCCLURE  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2017
 Mr. CHARLES R. MUNOZ  Mayoral08/19/201008/26/2017
 Dr. MORRIS A. STRIBBLING  Mayoral03/06/201308/26/2016
 Mrs. JESSICA WEAVER  Mayoral03/10/201608/26/2016
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Trust is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember. The Trustees serve in a fiduciary capacity without compensation. The members shall be reflective of the demographic and ethnic composition of the City with expertise and/or experience in: law, real estate, rehabilitation, housing, finance, neighborhood and downtown development, and familiar with the housing needs of low or moderate income residents of the City. The primary purposes and goals of this Trust are to provide additional and continuing housing opportunities for low and moderate income families; to promote the public health, safety, convenience and welfare by mitigating the extent to which San Antonio’s low and moderate income households are unable to afford decent, safe and sanitary housing within the City of San Antonio; and to revitalize neighborhood and downtown through appropriate housing activities. Meetings are held on an as needed basis. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please visit <a href="http://sahousingtrust.org/resources.php">http://sahousingtrust.org/resources.php</a>
 
 
Liaison: John Kenny - (210) 735-2772

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Rev. JOHN GAVIN ROGERS  District 102/19/201505/31/2017
 Mrs. KATHERINE A. SHIELDS  District 210/02/201405/31/2017
 Ms. ESTRELLITA B. GARCIA-DIAZ  District 301/28/201605/31/2017
 Mr. RAUL RODRIGUEZ (RESIGNED) JR. District 404/19/200705/31/2013
 Ms. LAURA S. MARTINEZ  District 501/21/201005/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN W. SALMONS Jr. District 611/21/201305/31/2017
 Mr. RANDY KELLY RICE  District 708/18/200505/31/2013
 Mr. GABRIEL L. LOPEZ  District 812/04/201405/31/2017
 Ms. PATRICIA GIBBONS  District 908/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN M. BATTIATO  District 1011/07/201305/31/2017
 AVAILABLE Mayoral  05/31/2013
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation Board shall consist of five (5) members of the San Antonio City Council (the "Governing Body"). The number of directors may be changed by amendment to the Bylaws, but such number must be at least three (3). Directors cease to be Directors when they are no longer on the City Council. The San Antonio Housing Trust Finance Corporation was established August 21, 1997, through City Council Ordinance No. 86465 under the Texas Housing Finance Corp. Act. Its purpose is to issue bonds for single family mortgages and multi-family apartments. Meetings are held on an as needed basis. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please visit: http://sahousingtrust.org/board.htm.
 
 
Liaison: John Kenny - (210) 735-2772

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember WARRICK E. ALAN  Other07/30/201512/09/2017
 Councilmember SHIRLEY GONZALES  Other05/01/201412/09/2017
 Councilmember TREVINO C. ROBERTO  Other07/30/201512/09/2017
 Councilmember REY SALDAÑA  Other03/08/201212/09/2017
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Other05/01/201412/09/2017
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The San Antonio Housing Trust Public Facility Corporation Board shall consist of five (5) members of the San Antonio City Council (the "Governing Body"). The number of directors may be changed by amendment to the Bylaws, but such number must be at least three (3). The Board is appointed by the City Council. The Directors identify projects and control which ones are selected. Directors cease to be Directors when they are no longer on the City Council. The Public Facility Corporation owns the property being developed and works with developers to develop affordable and mixed-income housing. Properties owned by the Corporation are tax exempt and this status enables development where it is tough for traditional development to occur. Meetings are held on an as needed basis. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please visit: http://sahousingtrust.org/board.htm.
 
 
Liaison: John Kenny - (210) 735-2772

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Councilmember WARRICK E. ALAN  Other07/30/201512/09/2017
 Councilmember TREVINO C. ROBERTO  Other07/30/201512/09/2017
 Councilmember REY SALDANA  Other05/01/201412/09/2017
 Councilmember GONZALES SHIRLEY  Other10/03/201312/09/2017
 Councilmember REBECCA J. VIAGRAN  Other10/03/201312/09/2017
 
Total Members: 0
 
 
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The San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission was created on April 3, 1986 by City Council Resolution No. 86-15-19 “to express the San Antonio community’s support of Dr. King’s work and his noble cause”. The Commission’s mission is to promote human equality, principles of nonviolence, and the understanding and acceptance of racial harmony. The MLK Commission consists of a maximum of 50 members. The District 2 City Council member appoints up to 20 commissioners, and the Committee Chairs may appoint up to 30 additional commissioners. Commissioners serve 3 year terms, beginning on the first Commission meeting attended following appointment. The Commission meets at least four times annually. The time, date and location of Commission meeting is designated by the Commission Chair.
 
 
Liaison: Derek Roberts - (210) 207-2122

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
  DEMONTE ALEXANDER      
  GREGORY ANDERSON      
 Mrs. NATALIE ARREDONDO      
  DORI BROWN      
 Ms. STACY DAVIDSON      
  NATHANIEL DAVIS      
  MARY FULTON-MOORE      
 Ms ROSLETTE GRANDERSON      
 Ms ROSLETTE GRANDERSON      
 Ms CARTER-STIGGERS KATHLEEN      
 Mr. RUSSELL LADAY      
 Ms. VALENCIA MATHEWS Ms.     
 Mr. HAROLD MOORE      
 Dr TONJA NELSON      
  KEVIN SHANDY      
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 Ms. CARLA WALKER      
 Ms DEBORAH WARNER      
 Bishop ROSA WILSON      
 
Total Members: 50
 
 
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The Library Board of Trustees is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year staggered terms. The Board is exclusively responsible for the management, care, control and maintenance of all Library System Properties, and has the authority to appoint and remove the Library Director, subject to the Civil Service provisions of the City Charter. Meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 4:30 PM, except November, at various library locations throughout the City. Meeting duration is usually two (2) hours. For more information, please go to <a href="http://guides.mysapl.org/board">http://guides.mysapl.org/board.</a> *Please note there are no current vacancies on this board. Applications are being accepted.
 
 
Liaison: Jessica Zurita - (210) 207-2632

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. JEAN L. BRADY  District 112/04/200309/30/2017
 Ms. GLORIA M. MALONE  District 209/20/200109/30/2017
 Ms. MARGARITA A. DELEON  District 310/22/201509/30/2018
 Ms. ANDREA R. SANCHEZ  District 410/18/201209/30/2018
 Ms. GUADALUPE G. OCHOA  District 511/21/201309/30/2018
 Ms. LORA DEVLON ECKLER  District 603/29/200709/30/2018
 Mr. PAUL C. STAHL  District 712/16/200409/30/2018
 Ms. JUSPREET KAUR  District 808/20/201509/30/2018
 Mrs. MARCIA L. INCE  District 903/02/201709/30/2017
 Ms. LINDA C. NAIRN  District 1010/01/201209/30/2017
 Mrs. JUDY A. CRUZ  Mayoral06/19/201409/30/2018
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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The San Antonio Tricentennial Celebration Commission was created by City Council to assist with planning, developing, identifying potential partners, fundraising, managing, and financing projects involved with the City’s Tricentennial Celebration activities to be held in 2018. The Commission is comprised of 19 members appointed by City Council, which includes 5 members recommended for appointment by Bexar County.
 
 
Liaison: Sarah McLornan - (210) 207-7241

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. HECTOR J. CARDENAS  District 108/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JOE E. LINSON  District 208/13/201505/31/2017
 Ms. BRENDA A. PACHECO  District 308/13/201505/31/2017
 Dr. CYNTHIA TENIENTE-MATSON  District 408/13/201505/31/2017
 Ms. FAITH RADLE  District 508/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JAMES LANDERS  District 608/13/201505/31/2017
 Ms. CRISTINA J. BAZALDUA-SALAZAR  District 708/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. BLAYNE TUCKER  District 808/13/201505/31/2017
 Ms. FREIDA L. WRIGHT  District 908/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. ANDREW L. HOLLAND  District 1008/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. THOMAS F. ADKISSON  Mayoral08/13/201505/31/2017
 Father DAVID GARCIA  Mayoral08/13/201505/31/2017
 Dr. KATHERINE C. LUBER  Mayoral08/13/201505/31/2017
 Dr. ROBERT THRAILKILL  Mayoral08/13/201505/31/2017
 Dr. FELIX D. ALMARAZ Jr. Other08/13/201505/31/2017
 Ms. CARRI L. BAKER  Other08/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. TOMMY T.C. CALVERT Sr. Other08/13/201505/31/2017
 Dr. ALFONSO CHISCANO M.D. Other08/13/201505/31/2017
 Mr. LIONEL SOSA  Other08/13/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 19
 
 
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The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Board of Trustees is comprised of six (6) members appointed by the City Council for staggered terms of four (4) years, and one (1) ex-officio member filled by the Mayor of the City of San Antonio. Each of the six (6) members represents a certain sector of the City. Members of the Board must be citizens of the United States and must either reside inside the corporate limits of the City or inside the area served by the System. Members of the Board shall receive annual compensation in the amount of $2,500 (except the Mayor). The Board is vested with the complete management, control, and operation of the Water System and controls the expenditure and application of the revenues of the System. The Board determines the rates, fees, and charges for services to be rendered by SAWS. Regular Board Meetings are held once a month, usually on the first Tuesday at 9:00 AM at the San Antonio Water System Offices, 2800 US Highway 281 North. The Board’s Policy and Planning Meeting is also held once a month, usually two weeks prior to a Regular Board Meeting, at 12:30 PM. For more information, please go to http://saws.org/who_we_are/board/.
 
 
Liaison: Lisa Mireles - (210) 233-3690

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ERNESTO ARRELLANO (SW QUAD) Jr. Other10/10/201305/31/2017
 Mr. BERTO GUERRA (N SEC) Jr. Other09/01/201105/31/2018
 Ms. PATRICIA JASSO (S SEC)  Other10/10/201305/31/2020
 Mr. DAVID MCGEE (NE QUAD)  Other09/03/201505/31/2017
 Ms. PATRICIA E. MERRITT (SE QUAD)  Other10/10/201305/31/2018
 Mr. LOUIS E. ROWE (NW QUAD)  Other06/01/200905/31/2017
 Mayor IVY R. TAYLOR  Other07/22/201405/31/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The San Antonio Youth Commission is comprised of 22 student members, all of which shall be voting members. Two (2) members are chosen from each Council District, and the Mayor selects two (2) at-large student members. Members must be students from local high schools. The goals and objectives of the Commission are to respond to current situations affecting young persons and to develop solutions for problems. The Youth Commission further works toward unifying the youth of San Antonio into a positive force for the good of the community. The operational year for the Youth Commission is from August to May. Meetings are held once a month on Sundays at 2:00 PM in the City Hall Media Briefing Room, 100 Military Plaza. Special meetings are called as needed. For more information, please visit: http://sayouthcommission.com/
 
 
Liaison: Fatema Basrai - (210) 871-3649

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Miss LOLA M. CARROLA  District 103/05/201505/31/2017
 Miss JERRIANN HERNANDEZ  District 101/12/201705/31/2017
 Miss ALEXIS M. CAY  District 208/06/201505/31/2017
 Mr. TYRELL E. DARDEN  District 206/18/201505/31/2017
 Miss ESMERALDA CASTILLO  District 308/04/201605/31/2017
 Mr. SAMUEL DE LOS SANTOS  District 308/04/201605/31/2017
 Miss BETHANY H. GUERRA  District 406/09/201605/31/2017
 Miss GISELLE B. LUNA  District 409/29/201605/31/2017
 Miss DIVINA C. CARRILLO  District 508/11/201605/31/2017
 Miss DAYNA V. VALDEZ  District 501/14/201605/31/2017
 Miss ANJELICA E. MOLINA  District 606/30/201605/31/2017
 Miss JADA A. RODGERS  District 606/30/201605/31/2017
 Miss ALLURA J. GUERRA  District 710/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. LUIS A. HERNANDEZ Jr. District 708/21/201405/31/2017
 Mr. MAJD F. AL-JADAA  District 806/09/201605/31/2017
 Mr. ROBERTO A. RODRIGUEZ  District 806/11/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MICHAEL B. ALDRICH  District 909/01/201605/31/2017
 Miss LAUREN E. DONES  District 909/01/201605/31/2017
 Miss DANNIELLA DANICE ONGMANCHI  District 1006/16/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JACOB A. TREVINO  District 1008/06/201505/31/2017
 Mr. IVAN PLACENCIA  Mayoral10/29/201505/31/2017
 Mr. RASHADD T. WILLIAMS  Mayoral11/03/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 22
 
 
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Pursuant to the terms of H.B. 1479 as passed by the Texas Legislature in 2013 and signed by the Governor into law on June 14, 2013, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Mayor of the City of San Antonio Julian Castro created the San Antonio/Bexar County Joint Committee on Truancy. The committee shall recommend a uniform process for filing truancy cases with the judicial system in Bexar County for the fifteen (15) school districts with the majority of district territory in the county by September 1, 2014. The committee shall also issue a report not later than December 1, 2015, on the implementation of the recommendations and compliance with state truancy laws by a school district located in the county.
 
 
Liaison: Rebecca Flores - (210) 207-8239

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Total Members: 10
 
 
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The Small Business Advocacy Committee is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. The Committee functions as an advisory group by assisting the City Manager and City Council in reviewing the continuing programs of contractors and subcontractors concerning minority and women’s business participation. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 3:00 PM at the Frost Bank Tower, 100 W. Houston, 19th Floor. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/edd/SmallBusiness/SBAC.aspx.
 
 
Liaison: Vanessa DiCiolla - (210) 207-3922

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. ANNE-MARIE GRUBE  District 102/02/201205/31/2015
 Mr. MICHAEL ROZELL HALL  District 203/07/201305/31/2013
 Ms. JANE A. THOMAS  District 308/30/201205/31/2017
 Ms. LETICIA Y. LOZANO  District 403/02/201705/31/2017
 Mr. JESUS RODRIGUEZ  District 506/26/201405/31/2017
 Mr. CARL C. HANEL  District 609/10/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MELANIE A. TAWIL  District 710/15/201505/31/2017
 Mr. ROLAND F. GONZALES  District 809/05/201305/31/2017
 Mr. STEVEN A. GONZALES  District 903/31/201605/31/2017
 Mr. MARTIN GOMEZ Jr. District 1008/07/201405/31/2017
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER C. HERRING  Mayoral11/03/201105/31/2013
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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This board was created prior to September 1, 2001, the board is composed of nine members, pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City Council also appoints the Chairman of the board, for a one-year term that is effective January 1 of the year following the appointment. The City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint the Board Chairperson. The participating Independent School District may appoint one (1) director so long as the participating Independent School District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. Bexar County may appoint one (1) director so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in the State House member's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State House member. In addition, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint four (4) directors for the Reinvestment Zone. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.009.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. ANGEL JOSE GONZALEZ II Other04/05/200105/31/2015
 Ms. GLORIA S. MARTINEZ  Other08/19/200405/31/2013
 Mr. ROD J. RADLE  Other04/05/200105/31/2013
 Mr. RICARDO RODRIGUEZ  Other06/26/201405/31/2015
 Mr. JOHN B. SHAVER  Other04/05/201205/31/2015
 Mr. MICHAEL W. WHITE ESQ. Other04/05/200105/31/2015
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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This board was created prior to September 1, 2001, the board is composed of nine members, pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City Council also appoints the Chairman of the board, for a one-year term that is effective January 1 of the year following the appointment. The City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint the Board Chairperson. The participating Independent School District may appoint one (1) director so long as the participating Independent School District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. Bexar County may appoint one (1) director so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment zone. The Teas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in the State House member's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State House member. In addition, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint four (4) directors for the Reinvestment Zone. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.009.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. JAMES E. MONTGOMERY Jr. Other03/31/201105/31/2015
 Ms. MARSHA A. NORMAND (RESIGNED)  Other08/29/201305/31/2015
 Ms. VICTORIA OUTLAW (RESIGNED)  Other05/05/201105/31/2013
 AVAILABLE Other  05/31/2013
 Ms. CHRISTEL VILLARREAL(RESIGNED)  Other08/20/200905/31/2013
 Mr. ROBERT J. WORTHAM  Other03/31/201105/31/2015
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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This board was created prior to September 1, 2001, the board is composed of nine members, pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City Council also appoints the Chairman of the board, for a one-year term that is effective January 1 of the year following the appointment. The City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint the Board Chairperson. The participating Independent School District may appoint one (1) director so long as the participating Independent School District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. Bexar County may appoint one (1) director so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment zone. The Teas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in the State House member's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State House member. In addition, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint four (4) directors for the Reinvestment Zone. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.009. To be eligible for appointment to the board by the governing body of the Municipality, an individual must: (1) be at least 18 years of age; and (2) own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. PETE ANTHONY BENAVIDES  Other12/03/200905/31/2015
 Mr. JAMES STERLING MATTOX  Other12/03/200905/31/2017
 Ms. VIRGINIA B. ROGERS  Other08/22/200205/31/2017
 Mr. RYAN G. WILSON  Other10/06/200505/31/2015
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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This board was created pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Six of the eleven board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City of San Antonio is dedicated to the revitalization of inner-city neighborhoods and commercial districts by using a tiered system of incentive tools, such as Tax Increment Financing (TIF). A TIF project acts as an economic stimulus to the surrounding areas.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. TROY ELLIOTT  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 Ms. LORI HOUSTON  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN JACKS  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Other12/31/201405/31/2017
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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This board was created prior to September 1, 2001, the board is composed of nine members, pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City Council also appoints the Chairman of the board, for a one-year term that is effective January 1 of the year following the appointment. The City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint the Board Chairperson. The participating Independent School District may appoint one (1) director so long as the participating Independent School District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. Bexar County may appoint one (1) director so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment zone. The Teas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director (1) or may designate an individual to serve in the State House member's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State House member. In addition, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint four (4) directors for the Reinvestment Zone. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.009.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. CHAD PARKER CAREY  Other04/28/200505/31/2013
 Mr. JAMES LANDON KANE  Other06/28/200105/31/2013
 Mr. BAY RAJABI  Other11/02/200605/31/2013
 Mr. ROBERT DAVIS RICHARDSON  Other03/08/200105/31/2013
 
Total Members: 8
 
 
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This board was created pursuant to Section 311.009 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 331. Five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The City of San Antonio is dedicated to the revitalization of inner-city neighborhoods and commercial districts by using a tiered system of incentive tools, such as Tax Increment Financing (TIF). A TIF project acts as an economic stimulus to the surrounding areas. Designated on December 14, 2000 with boundaries of South Alamo Street, Interstate Highway 35, Coliseum Road, Iowa Street. Located in City Council District(s): 1, 2 & 5. It is in San Antonio ISD. Proposed Developments: land acquisition, facility construction, renovation, streets and drainage, utilities, cemetery and park improvements, sidewalks and other amenities.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-9679

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. MELVIN L. BRAZIEL  Other04/26/200105/31/2015
 Mr. TROY ELLIOT  Other06/01/201105/31/2013
 Mr. JUAN A. GARCIA  Other05/03/201205/31/2015
 Councilmember SHIRLEY GONZALES  Other05/31/201505/31/2017
 Ms. MINNIE M. HILL (RESIGNED)  Other05/03/201205/31/2015
 Mr. LARRY JOSEPH KELLER Jr. Other04/26/200105/31/2015
 Ms. HOLLIS MACDONALD (RESIGNED)  Other12/03/201505/31/2017
 Mr. MARIO M. SALAS  Other04/26/200105/31/2015
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 Ms. KATHLEEN WEIR VALE  Other12/15/200505/31/2015
 Councilmember ALAN E. WARRICK II Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SHANE M. DAVIS  Other05/20/201005/31/2015
 Mr. NICK R. DOMINGUEZ  Other04/28/200505/31/2015
 Ms. LAURA I. HAUSMAN  Other08/22/200205/31/2015
 Mr. TEAL L. HAUSMAN  Other05/20/201005/31/2015
 Mr. LAZAR A. HAUSMAN  Other03/01/201205/31/2015
 Mr. JIMMY L HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2015
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SALAH E. DIAB  Other12/03/200905/31/2015
 Mr. CLYDE JOSEPH JOHNSON  Other12/03/200905/31/2015
 Ms. ELENITA CASILLAS MORENO  Other10/07/200405/31/2015
 Mr. FRANK SERGIO MORENO  Other10/07/200405/31/2015
 Ms. DONNA STEWART  Other06/09/201605/31/2017
 Mr. GORDON ALAN WOODS  Other10/07/200405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. RAOUL E. BERLANGA  Other06/20/200205/31/2015
 Mrs. MARGARET M. HARTMAN  Other08/07/200805/31/2015
 Ms. JAIME LEIGH JOHNSON  Other12/03/200905/31/2015
 Ms. SHERRY L. MOSIER  Other08/07/200805/31/2013
 Ms. BECKY PENCE-THOMAS  Other06/20/200205/31/2015
 
Total Members: 4
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. LOUIS J. FOX  Other10/16/201405/31/2015
 Mr. JERRY GRAEBER  Other03/31/201105/31/2015
 Mr. ANDREW M. HARRIS  Other10/16/201405/31/2015
 Mr. KIRKLAN WARREN KING  Other01/01/200505/31/2015
 Ms. MICHELLE R. KRUPA  Other10/16/201405/31/2015
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SHANE M. DAVIS  Other05/20/201005/31/2015
 Mr. NICK R. DOMINGUEZ  Other03/15/201205/31/2015
 Ms. LAURA I. HAUSMAN  Other03/15/201205/31/2015
 Mr. TEAL L. HAUSMAN  Other09/03/200905/31/2015
 Mr. LAZAR A. HAUSMAN  Other09/03/200905/31/2015
 Ms. MARY HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2015
 Mr. JIMMY L. HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2015
 
Total Members: 3
 
 
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Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. GUILLERMO CANO  Other09/01/200505/31/2015
 Mr. SHANE M. DAVIS  Other03/09/200605/31/2017
 Mr. NICK R. DOMINGUEZ  Other03/15/201205/31/2017
 Mr. TEAL L. HAUSMAN  Other05/20/201005/31/2017
 Mr. LAZAR A. HAUSMAN  Other05/05/201105/31/2017
 Mr. JIMMY L HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2017
 
Total Members: 6
 
 
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For boards created after September 1, 2001, the board may be composed of 11 members, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311. Currently five of the board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election. Each taxing unit that approves the payment of all or part of its tax increment into the tax increment fund is entitled to appoint a number of members to the board in proportion to the taxing unit's pro rata share of the total anticipated tax increment to be deposited into the tax increment fund during the term of the zone. Currently, the City Council of the City of San Antonio may appoint five (5) directors. Bexar County may appoint three (3) directors so long as Bexar County approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Alamo Community College District may appoint one (1) director so long as the Alamo Community College District approves payment of all or part of its tax increment to the tax increment fund for the Reinvestment Zone. The Texas State Senator in whose district the Reinvestment Zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State Senator's place on the Board, at the pleasure of that State Senator. The member of the Texas State House in whose district the Reinvestment zone is located is a director or may designate an individual to serve in that State House member's place on the board, at the pleasure of that State House member. Each director must meet the eligibility requirements of Texas Tax Code, Section 311.0091. To be eligible for appointment to the board, an individual must: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or be an employee or agent of a person that owns real property in the zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SHANE M. DAVIS  Other03/09/200605/31/2017
 Mr. NICK R. DOMINGUEZ  Other05/05/201105/31/2017
 Ms. LAURA I. HAUSMAN  Other05/20/201005/31/2017
 Mr. LAZAR A. HAUSMAN  Other05/20/201005/31/2017
 Mr. TEAL L. HAUSMAN  Other05/20/201005/31/2017
 Mr. JIMMY L. HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2017
 Mr. GREGORY A. YOUNGS  Other03/01/201205/31/2013
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The statutory Board eligibility requirements are: (1) at least 18 years of age; AND (2) own real property in the Zone OR (3) An employee of a person that owns real property in the Zone, OR (4) an agent of a person that owns real property in the Zone.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. SHANE M. DAVIS  Other05/20/201005/31/2017
 Mr. NICK R. DOMINGUEZ  Other03/15/201205/31/2017
 Ms. ROMELIA ESCAMILLA  Other11/02/200605/31/2017
 Mr. LAZAR A. HAUSMAN  Other11/02/200605/31/2017
 Mr. TEAL L. HAUSMAN  Other08/07/200805/31/2017
 Mr. JIMMY L HOYT  Other08/29/201305/31/2017
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The TIRZ is located in City Council Districts 3 and 4 in the south section of the City, and encompasses approximately 3,100 acres beginning at the intersection of south of Loop 410 and highway 16, then extending south along Zarzamora and University way to Mauermann Road and extending east to Pleasanton Road. The Board includes five seats for City Council District 3 and two seats for City Council District 4. In addition, there are four seats appointed by Bexar County, one seat appointed by the San Antonio River Authority and one seat appointed by Alamo Colleges. For boards created after September 1, 2001, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311 individuals must meet the following criteria: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or (3) at least 18 years of age and an employee of a person that owns real property in the zone or (4) at least 18 years of age and an agent of a person that owns real property in the zones. Currently all board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election.
 
 
Liaison: Richard Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. TIM BARTLETT  Other10/08/201505/31/2017
 Mr. DANIEL T. CROWLEY  Other12/03/200905/31/2017
 Dr. AMY C. LEWIS  Other11/03/201605/31/2017
 Dr. MELISSA K. MAHAN  Other10/01/201505/31/2017
 Councilmember REY SALDANA  Other03/31/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JUSTIN S. UTZ  Other10/08/201505/31/2017
 Ms. STEPHANIE V. VASQUEZ  Other08/06/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The area located in City Council Districts 1 and 5, and consists of property located west of the central business district along: portions of area west of Flores Street and IH 35, portions extending east of Flores Street traversing along Peden Alley and Clay Street to Probandt and IH 10, portions extending from Martin Street to the north traversing Salado to the west then following Commerce to the north, Brazos and San Jacinto to the west with three areas extending out to Zarzamora traversing along Commerce, Montezuma, and Saltillo separately, and Ceralvo and Pendleton to the south. For boards created after September 1, 2001, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311 individuals must meet the following criteria: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or (3) at least 18 years of age and an employee of a person that owns real property in the zone or (4) at least 18 years of age and an agent of a person that owns real property in the zones. Currently all board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election.
 
 
Liaison: Al Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 AVAILABLE Other   
 Mrs. LOURDES GALVAN  Other11/10/201605/31/2017
 Councilmember SHIRLEY GONZALES  Other06/01/201605/31/2017
 Mr. WALTER MARTINEZ  Other05/14/200912/10/2010
 Dr. ALFRED MONTOYA  Other11/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. THOMAS H. PRESTON  Other05/14/200905/31/2015
 Councilmember ROBERTO C. TREVINO  Other06/01/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The area is located in City Council Districts I, 2 and 9 and consists of approximately 458 acres located north of the central business district with a northern boundary of Hildebrand, traversing south one and two blocks on either side of Broadway to IH-35 as a southern boundary, traversing south of the intersection of US HWY 281 at S1. Mary's utilizing Mary's as the western boundary and US HWY 281 as the eastern boundary to IH 35 again serving as the southern boundary. For boards created after September 1, 2001, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311 individuals must meet the following criteria: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or (3) at least 18 years of age and an employee of a person that owns real property in the zone or (4) at least 18 years of age and an agent of a person that owns real property in the zones. Currently all board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election.
 
 
Liaison: Albert Gordon - (210) 207-6979

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. MATTHEW CARPENTER  Other06/01/201305/31/2015
 Mr. CURTIS R. CASEY  Other06/01/201305/31/2015
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER TERRELL DERRINGTON  Other04/30/200912/10/2010
 Mr. ROBERTO FLORES Jr. Other06/01/201305/31/2017
 Mr. LOUIS JOHN FOX  Other04/30/200905/31/2015
 Dr. JOHN P. GIOLMA  Other03/31/201605/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD E. HARTMAN  Other04/30/200305/31/2015
 Mr. H. GLENN HUDDLESTON  Other04/30/200912/10/2010
 Ms. CAROL L. KNAPIK  Other08/29/201305/31/2017
 Ms. JOAN KORTE  Other06/01/201305/31/2015
 Ms. DONA LISTON  Other08/29/201305/31/2017
 Ms. MARISE MCDERMOTT  Other04/30/200905/31/2015
 Mr. STEVEN K. SANO  Other04/30/200905/31/2017
 Mrs. SUZANNE B. SCOTT  Other06/01/201305/31/2017
 Ms. CHRISTINA E. SCOTT  Other06/01/201305/31/2015
 
Total Members: 15
 
 
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The area located in City Council District 3, consists of approximately 1365 acres of property located south of the central business district along: the area east of Yett Avenue, north of SE Loop 410, and west of Espada Road as southern boundaries; traversing on either side of Roosevelt Avenue north to H F McCarty Drive as a northern boundary, and traversing south along the western side of Presa Street to E. Pyron Avenue. For boards created after September 1, 2001, pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311 individuals must meet the following criteria: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or (3) at least 18 years of age and an employee of a person that owns real property in the zone or (4) at least 18 years of age and an agent of a person that owns real property in the zones. Currently all board members are appointed by the City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election.
 
 
Liaison: Richard Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. MARCOS DAVID CRUZ  Other04/30/200912/10/2010
 Mr. GABRIEL D. FARIAS  Other08/04/201605/31/2017
 Mr. ARTHUR P. GARCIA  Other04/30/200905/31/2017
 Ms. CARMEN LARA  Other09/29/201605/31/2017
 Ms. BERNADETTE PENA  Other09/01/201605/31/2017
 Mrs. DEBRA PERALES  Other09/01/201605/31/2017
 Mr. ROBERT ANTHONY RODRIGUEZ  Other04/30/200912/10/2010
 
Total Members: 0
 
 
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The area located in City Council Districts 10 and 2, consists of approximately 1,056 parcel acres generally along both sides of Perrin Beitel road north of Loop 410 to Thousand Oaks road then continues to the northeast along both sides of Nacogdoches to O'Conner road. The western portion of the boundary extends southwest from the intersection of Perrin Beitel and Naco-Perrin Boulevard along both sides of Naco-Perrin to approximately Wurzbach Parkway then heads to the northwest along the northern edge of Wurzbach Parkway to Wetmore road. At the intersection of Wurzbach and Wetmore, the boundary heads northeast along the southern edge of Wetmore to Thousand Oaks then follows the southern edge of Thousand Oaks back to Nacogdoches road. Pursuant to Section 311.0091 of the Texas Tax Code, Chapter 311 individuals must meet the following criteria: (1) be a qualified voter of the municipality; or (2) be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the zone or (3) at least 18 years of age and an employee of a person that owns real property in the zone or (4) at least 18 years of age and an agent of a person that owns real property in the zones. The Board will consist of seven (7) members appointed by City Council, for two-year terms. The board elects a Presiding Officer for a one-year term, effective upon election.
 
 
Liaison: Richard A. Ramirez - (210) 207-5498

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. GWENDOLYN ALBERS  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. LLOYD A. DENTON Jr. Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. PATRICK C. FORBES  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Councilmember MIKE GALLAGHER  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Mr. CARLOS G. PENA  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Ms. LAUREN N. SIDES (Resigned)  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 Mrs. NICOLE THOMPSON  Other03/10/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 7
 
 
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The Transportation Advisory Board is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms representing the following categories: three (3) consumers; one (1) member large company taxicab industry; one (1) member co-op taxicab industry; one (1) member small business taxicab industry; one (1) member of tour, charter or shuttle service; one (1) member of horse carriage, limousine or livery service; one (1) member of hotel/motel association; one (1) member of Airport Advisory Commission; and one (1) member of Convention and Visitors Commission. The Board makes recommendations to the Director of the San Antonio Police Department, in reference to City Ordinances, Rules, and Regulations on the licensing and regulatory review process for transportation services licensed by the City. These services include taxicabs, limousines, tour/charter services, pedicabs, and horse carriages. Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month (excluding April and December) at 5:00 PM in the Municipal Plaza Building “B” Room, 114 W. Commerce. Meeting duration is usually one to two hours. Public hearings are held in addition to regular meetings. There is only one appointee per district. Where 2 are listed one is serving in a holdover capacity and a new category is being advertised.
 
 
Liaison: Gary Gilbert - (210) 207-2748

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. GEORGE ALVA  District 102/09/200605/31/2017
 Mr. ADAM GOODMAN  District 205/08/201405/31/2017
 Mr. GUADALUPE GEORGE GARCIA  District 304/11/201305/31/2017
 Mr. EDDIE PETE RODRIGUES  District 402/04/201005/31/2015
 Mr. ROBERT P. GONZALES  District 509/03/200905/31/2017
 Mr. PATRICK TERRENCE ABSHER  District 609/06/200705/31/2015
 Mr. GEORGE N. MERY  District 702/06/201405/31/2015
 Mr. ALVARO BRISENO  District 805/01/201405/31/2015
 Mr. JAMES R. EVETTS  District 910/30/201405/31/2017
 Mr. KEVIN R. LATONE (Resigned)  District 1001/14/201605/31/2017
 Lt. Col. KYLE M. TATE (RESIGNED)  Mayoral08/30/201205/31/2013
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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VIA Metropolitan Transit owns, manages and operates the local transit system under the authority found in Chapter 451 of the Texas Transportation Code. The VIA Metropolitan Transit Board of Trustees is comprised of 11 members, of which five (5) members are appointed by the City Council for staggered two-year terms. Members must be qualified voters residing within the VIA Metropolitan Transit Service Area. Members receive compensation of $50.00 per meeting. Board meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 5:00 PM at the VIA Metro Center - Terry Eskridge Board Room located at 1021 San Pedro Ave. Also, there are several board sub-committees that meet monthly and serve in an advisory capacity to the full Board. For more information, please visit http://www.viainfo.net/Organization/Board.aspx.
 
 
Liaison: Debra Longoria - (210) 299-5873

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. LESTER BRYANT  At Large09/18/201612/31/2017
 Mr. ROBERT L. COMEAUX  At Large06/30/201612/31/2017
 Mr. STEVEN B. HUSSAIN  At Large04/07/201612/31/2016
 Mr. CARL A. MORGAN  At Large09/18/201412/31/2017
 Ms. PATRICIA Y. RODRIGUEZ  At Large04/07/201612/31/2016
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The Watershed Improvement Advisory Committee (WIAC) is comprised of five (5) persons appointed by the San Antonio City Council, five (5) persons appointed by the Bexar County Commissioners Court and five (5) persons appointed by the San Antonio River Authority. Members serve for two-year terms. WIAC will advise the parties on the development of the Watershed Master Plan, the annual editions of the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan, the Annual Capital Improvement Plan, and provide oversight to the implementation of the Capital Improvement Projects. The WIAC will review and comment on the criteria developed by the Management Committee for use annually to prioritize the projects to be selected for inclusion in the schedule of potential capital improvement projects. The WIAC will review and comment on the schedule of potential capital improvement projects prior to their submission to the Committee of Seven. The WIAC will advise the parties on public awareness activities and serve as community advocates for the Bexar Regional Watershed Management Program. The WIAC will meet as often as necessary, but not less than four times a year. Meeting times and locations vary. For more information, please go to http://www.bexarfloodfacts.org/about_brwm/committees.php.
 
 
Liaison: Kerim Y. Jacaman, CFM - (210) 335-6700

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. PATRICK N. KLASING  At Large06/24/201004/10/2012
 Mr. JAMES SMYLE  At Large05/29/200804/10/2012
 Mr. ROBBIE THOMPSON  At Large06/24/201004/10/2012
 AVAILABLE At Large  04/10/2012
 AVAILABLE At Large  04/10/2012
 
Total Members: 5
 
 
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The Westside Development Corporation Board of Directors (WDC) is comprised of 17 members nominated by City Council Representatives from Districts 1, 5, 6, and 7 and approved by the entire City Council for two-year terms. The WDC focuses on economic development in the 15-square mile area west of downtown. In addition, the WDC seeks to generate new capital investment, increase job creation, and facilitate new real estate development. Meetings are held the last Wednesday of every other month at 4:00 PM. For more information, please go to http://westsidedevcorp.com/.
 
 
Liaison: Jocelyn VanConey - (210) 501-0192

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. JANIE BARRERA  Other11/28/200611/28/2015
 Mr. JOSEPH A. CARREON  Other06/10/201011/28/2015
 Mr. EMILIO CASTRO Jr. Other10/16/201411/28/2014
 Dr. JOSE A. CERVANTES  Other10/16/201411/28/2014
 Ms. THERESA DE LA HAYA  Other05/19/201111/28/2014
 Mr. MOSES MARK HERNANDEZ  Other11/28/200611/28/2015
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER R. MARTINEZ  Other11/28/200611/28/2015
 Mr. JASON MATA (RESIGNED)  Other10/16/201411/28/2015
 Mr. THOMAS MENGLER  Other10/16/201411/28/2014
 Mr. STEPHEN J. O'DONNELL  Other11/28/200611/28/2015
 Mr. ROD RADLE (RESIGNED)  Other  11/28/2014
 Mr. DONALD M. RATTAN  Other08/05/201011/28/2015
 AVAILABLE Other   
 AVAILABLE Other  11/28/2011
 AVAILABLE Other   
 Mr. DANIEL J. YOXALL  Other10/16/201411/28/2014
 Dr. JESSE T. ZAPATA  Other11/28/200611/28/2014
 
Total Members: 17
 
 
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The Zoning Board of Adjustment is comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and each City Councilmember and six (6) alternates appointed at-large for two-year terms. Members receive $20.00 per meeting. The Board hears variances and appeals related to the enforcement of Chapter 28, Signs and Billboards and Chapter 35, the Unified Development Code (UDC). The concurring vote of nine (9) members of the Board is necessary to approve a variance. The Board adopts a schedule of meetings each calendar year. Meetings are held at the Board Room of the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, 1901 South Alamo, 1st Floor. For more information, please go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/dsd/boardofadjustments.asp.
 
 
Liaison: Veronica Hernandez - (210) 207-7720

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Mr. FRANK A. QUIJANO Sr. District 106/14/201205/31/2017
 Mr. ALAN C. NEFF  District 202/20/201405/31/2017
 Ms. DENISE OJEDA  District 306/02/201605/31/2017
 Mr. GEORGE LYNN BRITTON Jr. District 401/15/200905/31/2017
 Mrs. MARIA ROSARIO CRUZ  District 511/07/201305/31/2017
 Mr. JESSE ZUNIGA Jr. District 603/04/201005/31/2017
 Mrs. MARY E. ROGERS  District 701/27/200505/31/2017
 Mr. CHRISTOPHER C. GARCIA  District 806/19/201405/31/2017
 Mr. JOHN EDWARD KUDERER  District 904/04/201305/31/2017
 Mr. ROGER F. MARTINEZ  District 1002/20/201405/31/2017
 Mr. HENRY RODRIGUEZ  Mayoral06/30/201605/31/2017
 Mr. RICHARD ACOSTA  At Large06/30/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JEFFREY M. FINLAY  At Large06/19/201405/31/2017
 Mr. JAY C. GRAGG  At Large06/30/201605/31/2017
 Mr. PAUL EDWARD KLEIN  At Large10/29/200905/31/2017
 Mr. EDWARD P. MAGALLANES  At Large06/30/201605/31/2017
 Mr. SETH P. TEEL  At Large06/30/201605/31/2017
 
Total Members: 17
 
 
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The Zoning Commission is comprised of 11 members appointed by Mayor and each City Councilmember for two-year terms. Members serve at the will of the City Council until replaced. Members are compensated $20.00 per meeting not to exceed $1,040 per annum. The Commission holds public hearings and makes recommendations to the City Council on zoning district boundary changes and regulations in zoning districts. Meetings are held twice-monthly on the first and third Tuesdays at 1:00 PM in the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, 1901 South Alamo Street, 1st Floor. For more information, please go to <a href="http://www.sanantonio.gov/DSD/Boards/Zoning.aspx">http://www.sanantonio.gov/DSD/Boards/Zoning.aspx</a>.
 
 
Liaison: Veronica Hernandez - (210) 207-7720

 Name DistrictAppointed DateDate Expires
 Ms. SIBONEY DIAZ-SANCHEZ  District 110/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. BA'RON HEAD  District 208/11/201605/31/2017
 Ms. R. JOY MCGHEE  District 310/22/201505/31/2017
 Mr. SUREN KAMATH  District 405/19/201605/31/2017
 Mr. RICARDO BRIONES  District 508/29/201305/31/2017
 Mr. OSCAR ROSALEZ  District 611/03/201605/31/2017
 Ms. GRACE R. GONZALEZ  District 711/19/201505/31/2017
 Dr. FRANCINE S. ROMERO  District 808/01/201305/31/2017
 Hon. REAGAN E. GREER  District 905/19/201605/31/2017
 Mr. JOE FRANK NIX  District 1012/15/201605/31/2017
 Ms. CECILIA G. GARCIA  Mayoral10/29/201505/31/2017
 
Total Members: 11
 
 
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