Cafe Paladar brings culture to Stone Oak


Café Paladar was transformed Monday night from a chic restaurant in Stone Oak into a beautiful art gallery.  The ambiance of Café Paladar was the perfect venue for local San Antonio artist to showcase their collections.

Most of the art was contemporary in design and offered a variety of colors, hues, and textures.  Abstracts, animal paintings, and self-portraits, dressed the walls and tables, each artist illustrating their own unique style.  Several of the artists attended the event and shared perspectives of their creations. 

In addition to the visual displays, Chef West created palate pleasing tapas such as Mini Duck Confit Crispy Tacos, House Smoked Salmon Nachos, Honey Rum Black Bean Empanadas, for the guests to enjoy.  Accompanied by sangrias and wine, a good time was had by all!

Trucks restricted on I-35

Press Release from TxDOT
Please see attached!

State approves more Interstate 35 truck lane restrictions

  AUSTIN * The Texas Transportation Commission approved a left-lane restriction for large trucks on portions of Interstate 35 in Bexar, Guadalupe, Comal and Hays Counties.
     These restrictions would prohibit truck tractors with three or more axles from operating in the inside left lane from just south of Loop 1604 in the city of Live Oak northward to the southern city limits of San Marcos.
     TxDOT worked closely with local jurisdictions along the route to develop the lane restriction and conducted a traffic study, which concluded it would be beneficial to both safety and general mobility to implement such a restriction.

Stone Oak Doctor Featured on KENS 5

Stone Oak's very own Dr. Brian MacGillivray was featured on Sunday's edition of KENS 5 News.  One of only 300 doctors nationwide to provide concierge medicine, Dr. MacGillivray is leading Stone Oak and San Antonio into the future of medicine.  Congratulations Dr. MacGillivray of Grey Canyon Family Medicine!


More than 600 turnout to oppose 281 tolls! TxDOT cut off mics midway through the mtg!

Article courtesy of the Texas Toll Party website

Both Commissioner Lyle Larson and Commissioner Tommy Adkisson spoke to raucous applause from a very frustrated and motivated crowd last night. Both encouraged attendees to contact their legislators IMMEDIATELY to demand our raided highway funds get returned and that they STOP THE WIDESPREAD TOLLING OF TEXAS! Larson emphasized that though he’s been with us since the beginning, he has no direct oversight over TxDOT, only the Governor and Legislature do. So it’s imperative that we contact the Legislature immediately and follow-up frequently during this legislative session that ends in May.

Public Hearing for Tollroads

Posted courtesy of the SA Toll webiste

We've spent years challenging tolls on our freeways and the TTC. Our hard work is paying off. Legislators who seek real change have set a public hearing for March 1st!

This is huge! It is very important that everyone who has a concern or issue with toll roads, public private partnerships, and especially the Trans Texas Corridor attend this public hearing and if possible offer personal testimony to the Senate Committee.

This means you, your family and friends!

Governor Perry Oversteps Authority


Governor overstepped his authority with HPV vaccine immunization order