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Mayor Ron Nirenberg
Husband, father and San Antonio Mayor. We’re building the city you deserve.
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Clayton Perry 15h
Full house at tonight’s NNA meeting. Thanks to Mayor , former Mayor Cisneros and ConnectSA, and Linda Tomasini for coming out and sharing the evening with our neighbors.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg 18h
Preserving the cultural integrity of 's communities is critical to our progress as a city. Lerma's will live again!
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 14
Until we build for the future, we will be stuck in the past. Adding bike/mobility lanes to Broadway is about prioritizing people over cars. Do it.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 14
Replying to @SouthTXHauler
Stay tuned ...
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T.J. Mayes Jul 14
This debate was during my first month working at City Hall. There was pressure to drop protection for trans from the ordinance. To their credit, then-Mayor , ordinance sponsor , my boss , & others on council stood up for what was right.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 13
“Your old road is rapidly agin' Please get out of the new one If you can't lend your hand For the times they are a-changin'” -
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Beto Altamirano Jul 1
People are often skeptical about the city’s ability to address graffiti requests. Last week I created a flag using the 311SA app (), and it was fixed in 24 hours👏👏At we are excited to continue our work in making our cities safer and resilient.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 12
When called about this situation earlier this year, I knew we had to act. Now all residents will have AC by the end of the month.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 11
5:00 a.m. is nothing for 's morning crew! Enjoyed the opportunity to tour the facilities and watch a huge piece of get their day started.
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SA2020 Jul 10
Streets are our lifelines. And complete streets, like the redeveloped Broadway corridor, can mean: cleaner air, healthier families, safer neighborhoods, fewer traffic accidents, connected communities, and more.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 11
Replying to @SheaSerrano
And the mayor will drive him to work.
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Laura Elizabeth Mayes Jul 10
Mayor is showcasing exactly why is Military City, USA! We will welcome the DoD’s Warrior Games to San Antonio in 2020.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 10
Not sure how I feel about this yet. Take our browsing the aisles of , and I’ll need to find a new hobby
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Cutter W. González Jul 10
The Broadway redesign is a great opportunity to seize upon planned density and encourage more. If it doesn't include paths for non-auto traffic, it will perpetuate auto-dependency—counter to the City's objectives. Let's make Broadway a vibrant space for all!
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 9
The work that is doing to provide riders with real-time data is seriously impressive. 's mobility future is looking brighter every day.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 8
Proud moment for this morning as Lt. Gen. Laura J. Richardson became the first woman to head an Army Service Component — Northcom.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 7
The best! Congratulations, champs!
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 5
Replying to @Ron_Nirenberg
You can read San Antonio’s framework, the product and work of hundreds of residents over a year, ratified in Sept. 2018:
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 5
Groundbreaking work to help guide cities through a deep, universal challenge facing modern America. I’m proud that San Antonio, through the work of our Mayor’s Housing Policy Task Force, is a source for solutions. It’s more critical than ever to continue to implement the plan.
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg Jul 4
Have a safe and happy Fourth of July as we celebrate 243 years of American liberty.
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