No items weighing more than 40 lbs.
No building materials, including lumber, concrete or sheetrock
No paint, unless cans are empty
No pesticides, no motor oils
No bags of leaves
Nothing containing Freon
All items must be at curbside by 7:00AM
In the event of heavy rain, the alternate date will be April 8th. Light rain or drizzle will not cancel the haul-off."
Public Works Director
PUBLIC NOTICE OF MEETING
A regular meeting of the Alamo Heights City Council will be held on Monday, March 27, 2017, in the Council Chambers, at 6116 Broadway, San Antonio, Texas at 5:30 p.m. to consider and act upon any lawful subjects which may come before it.
1. Approval of Minutes of the March 13th Council Meeting
a. Alamo Heights I.S.D. Meet in the Middle 5K Run/Walk - April 1, 2017
b. An Evening in ’09 – April 11, 2017
3. Citizens to be heard concerning items not listed on the agenda
Items for Individual Consideration
4. Architectural Review Board Case 656F, consider a request of Catherine Nored, AIA, applicant, representing Ron & Alicia Thomas, owners, for the compatibility review of the proposed accessory structure located at 227 Bronson under Demolition Review Ordinance No. 1860 in order to construct a new two-story accessory structure – Jason Lutz, Community Development Services Department Director
5. Architectural Review Board Case 660F, consider a request of James Bastoni, Imagine Built Homes, owner, for the significance review of the existing main structure located at 171 Barilla Place under Demolition Review Ordinance No. 1860 in order to demolish 100% of the existing main structure – Jason Lutz, Community Development Services Department Director
6. Architectural Review Board Case 663F, consider a request of Eric Lozano, owner, for the significance review of the existing main structure located at 212 Alamo Heights Blvd under Demolition Review Ordinance No. 1860 in order to demolish 100% of the existing main structure – Jason Lutz, Community Development Services Department Director
7. Architectural Review Board Case 664F, consider a request of Bess Swantner, AIA, applicant, representing Jordan & Lauren “Lexi” Michael, owners, for the significance and compatibility review of the proposed replacement structure located at 311 Redwood St under Demolition Review Ordinance No. 1860 in order to demolish by encapsulation 55% of the street-facing façade to be able to add to the front of the existing main structure – Jason Lutz, Community Development Services Department Director
8. Report concerning commercial vehicle and trailer storage located in Alamo Heights – Jason Lutz, Community Development Services Department Director
9. Paperless utility billing presentation by Robert Galindo, Finance Director
The City Council reserves the right to retire to closed session whenever it is considered necessary and legally justified under the Texas Government Code, Subchapter D, Sections 551.071 et. seq., including, but not limited to consultation with attorney, real property, prospective gifts, personnel matters, exclusion of witnesses, security devices and economic development matters.
DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT
This meeting site is wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance and visitor parking spaces are located at the rear of the facilities, 6116 Broadway. Accommodations or interpretive services are available upon request and must be made seventy-two  hours prior to the meeting. For assistance, call the City Secretary at (210) 832-2209.
This spring’s Early Childhood programs are based on self-expression, self-esteem, and self-awareness. They have completely revamped the Early Childhood Education programs and, program names may be the same but all the curriculum is new! Programs run one day a week, for six weeks, beginning the week of April 3rd.
Unlike the camp offerings, these programs are not drop off programs. Caregivers should remain within The DoSeum facilities for the duration of the programming. Caregivers are invited to attend and participate as appropriate in each offering to learn and play alongside their kids.