Robert Rivard

Co-founder and Publisher of the Rivard Report, husband of Monika Maeckle @texasbutterflyranch, father of Nicolas and Alex, treatman to Cocoa.

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Brockhouse’s ‘Action Plan SA’ Agenda Silent on the Firefighters Contract
May, 19 2019
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San Antonio, Gateway City, Opens Its Arms to Asylum-Seekers
May, 16 2019
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A Greedy Firefighters Union: The Real Issue in the Contest for Mayor
May, 12 2019
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Once an Insurgent Challenger, Nirenberg Now the Embattled Incumbent
May, 4 2019
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Let City Voters, Not Special Interests, Decide Local Elections
April, 28 2019
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Red-Shouldered Hawks Make Home and Family in Hardberger Park
April, 27 2019
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It’s Time for a Safe-Streets Advocacy Group in San Antonio
April, 14 2019
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Secret ‘Equity Lens’ Plan Means Aquifer Water for Inner City, Treated Sewage for Suburbs
April, 1 2019
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Taking a Hard Look at the Santikos Enterprises/San Antonio Area Foundation Relationship
March, 24 2019
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San Antonio Area Foundation Hires Marjie M. French as CEO
March, 19 2019
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San Antonio Is Not ‘Millennial City USA’
March, 17 2019
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Searching for Common Ground on a San Antonio Climate Plan
March, 10 2019
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Balancing Act: The Creative Tension Between Politics and Public Art
March, 3 2019
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Washington Showdown a Reminder All Politics Is Local
February, 24 2019
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The Race for San Antonio Mayor a Second Referendum
February, 17 2019
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Happy Birthday, Rivard Report: Seven Years Strong
February, 10 2019
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A Closer Look at Consolidating Bexar County’s Weakest School Districts
February, 3 2019
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Failure to Consolidate Hurts San Antonio’s Public Education Outcomes
January, 27 2019
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San Antonio International Airport: Good and Getting Better
January, 20 2019
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At East Central ISD, Will Teachers and Handguns Go Hand in Hand?
January, 13 2019
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Firefighters Union Stalls on Talks, Seeks to Win District 2 Council Seat
January, 6 2019
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Pioneering Mayor Lila Cockrell’s Memoir: Love Deeper Than a River
January, 3 2019
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New City Manager to Inherit Public Safety Funding Challenge
December, 30 2018
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ConnectSA: The Future of Mobility in San Antonio
December, 23 2018
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San Antonio’s Week of Swirling Political Winds; More in Forecast
December, 16 2018
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Judge Wolff’s New Book: The Changing Face of San Antonio
December, 10 2018
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Haven for Hope Merits Greater Public Funding
December, 9 2018
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End of an Era: San Antonio’s Uncertain Future After Sculley’s Retirement
December, 2 2018
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Why Is San Antonio Still Building a 20th-Century City?
November, 25 2018
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Red McCombs: A San Antonio Icon, Still Thinking Big
November, 18 2018
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San Antonio CityFest Vision: Stop Talking, Start Doing
November, 11 2018
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Voters Hit City Hall With a Split Decision While Taking Aim at City Manager
November, 7 2018
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A South Texas Rancher’s Lament: A Rock Between Two Rivers
November, 6 2018
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Letter From the Publisher: We Ask For Your Vote Today
November, 6 2018
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San Antonio CityFest Launches Two Days After Tuesday’s Elections
November, 4 2018
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Geekdom: An Idea that Changed Downtown San Antonio
October, 28 2018
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Sculley vs. Steele: A Lesson on Return on Investment for San Antonio Voters
October, 21 2018
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San Antonio’s Choice: Thriving City or Government by Union Petition
October, 14 2018
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Julián Castro: A Journey Just Beginning
October, 7 2018
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The Roots Of the Union Assault on San Antonio’s City Charter
September, 30 2018
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The Choice in San Antonio: City Builders or a City Hall Wrecker
September, 23 2018
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The Case for an Alamo Vote Now
September, 16 2018
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San Antonio’s Streets and Sidewalks Meet the Micro-Mobility Revolution
September, 9 2018
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The New Battle of the Alamo: The Public Spectacle
September, 2 2018
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Petition Fraud is the New Face of Election Fraud
August, 19 2018
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Hundreds Fill Mission Concepción to Witness Solar Double Illumination
August, 16 2018
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Tom Frost Jr., a San Antonio Giant (1927-2018)
August, 12 2018
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SA’s November Challenge: Defeating Fire Union’s Charter Amendments
August, 5 2018
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Riding E-Scooters on San Antonio Streets
July, 29 2018
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The Alamo Plaza Plan: A Review of an Ambitious Proposal
July, 22 2018
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