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San Antonio Continues to be Best Financially Managed Big City in America For the ninth consecutive year, the City of San Antonio has achieved a ‘AAA’ general obligation bond rating by all three major bond rating agencies
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Explore the official San Antonio River Walk Walk, shop, dine, and enjoy the hospitality of our world-renowned urban waterway Hop aboard a river taxi and discover for yourself why millions visit every year
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The San Antonio Radio Club (SARC) is one of the oldest amateur radio clubs that is still around and operating It was founded in 1919 as the Bexar County Radio Association and reorganized in 1929 as the San Antonio Radio Club
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TOMORROW: A Leader Under the guidance of UTSA President Taylor Eighmy, a new day has dawned for our students and graduates to succeed in cutting edge careers and appreciate their roles and responsibilities in the communities where they will live and work
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Visitors - City of San Antonio Official Website FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN ON TUESDAYS Did you hear? Tuesday is the new Friday!
- San Antonio - Wikipedia
San Antonio ( ˌ s æ n æ n ˈ t oʊ n i oʊ ; from Spanish, "Saint Anthony"), officially the City of San Antonio, is the seventh most populous city in the United States and the second most populous city in both Texas and the Southern United States Founded as a Spanish mission and colonial outpost in 1718, the city became the first chartered civil settlement in Texas in 1731, making it the
- San Antonio River - Wikipedia
The San Antonio River is a major waterway that originates in central Texas in a cluster of springs in midtown San Antonio, about 4 miles north of downtown, and follows a roughly southeastern path through the state It eventually feeds into the Guadalupe River about 10 miles from San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico The river is 240 miles long and crosses five counties: Bexar, Goliad, Karnes