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CM Roberto C.Treviño
Councilman Roberto C. Treviño represents San Antonio City Council District 1 Email: district1@sanantonio.gov Phone: (210)207-0900
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
SASpeakUp 3h
¡San Antonio, queremos escucharte! Dinos que es lo que la licencia pagada por enfermedad significa para ti como empresario o como empleado. Toma nuestra corta encuesta aquí:
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Sep 16
¡Feliz Deciseis de Septiembre! Thank you to everyone who joined the parade, El Grito, Fiestas Patrias, and the Charreada last weekend. I am grateful to live in a city where we can share and celebrate our heritage so freely. 🇺🇸🇲🇽
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Sep 13
Congratulations! Thank you for your work.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Sep 12
Thank you for telling a piece of our story . 🇺🇸
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Sep 11
Today, we remember those who abruptly lost their lives on September 11, 2001 in a senseless attack on our democracy. Thank you to our first responders who run into danger on a daily basis to keep our community safe. We will never forget. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸️
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
alex birnel 🌹 Sep 10
Replying to @alexbirnel
And for a working class that is more and more made up women, black and brown women in San Antonio in particular, we have an obligation to situate this fight in our minds in the longer legacy of multi-racial and gender diverse movements before us.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Sep 3
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
Rep. Ilhan Omar Sep 2
Labor Day became a federal holiday after a company cut wages for thousands of railroad workers, resulting in nationwide strikes. With labor rights once again under attack nationwide, let’s not forget the radical origins of Labor Day!
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
San Antonio PD Sep 1
There is NOT an active shooter at Ingram Park Mall. There was a report of a fight inside. The mall was locked down temporarily but is now open. There are no injuries and no threats to the public. Officers will still be on scene investigating.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
Diego Bernal Sep 1
leadership wanted open and campus carry. They got it. They opposed background check & red flag laws, gun show loophole reform, and more. Got that, too. It isn't working. Time to act. To TRY. I'm not going to tell you why. You need to tell us why not.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
Jim Cullum Aug 14
Scheduled for 2 p.m. on Aug. 31 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, the celebration of his life will be free and open to the public, and those in attendance will be able to play along. @ Tobin Center for…
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 30
Elected officials should be careful to not interfere with design professionals with matters of public safety.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
KSAT 12 Aug 30
A city leader wants to create a clear understanding of how much power city leaders have to change voter-approved bonds now and in the future.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 27
Replying to @SASpeakUp
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 27
I am grateful to Deputy City Manager María Villagómez and all the great staff for presenting the 2020 Budget to District 1 community leaders. Thank you to everyone who attended and provided valuable input!
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 27
I am saddened by the passing of Dr. Chiscano. He was an incredible friend and historian whose immense contributions to San Antonio and the Canary Islands Descendants Association will be felt for generations. Please send prayers and positive thoughts to the Chiscano Family.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
Michael Hall Aug 25
Too poor to afford a lawyer? Tx will provide you one, who also may have hundreds of other clients. This is a maddening story by ⁦⁩ w a lot of heart & a fascinating structure of twisting narratives. ⁦
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 22
I want to thank all the folks who came out last night and spoke in favor of Right to Counsel and the Renters Commission. Your advocacy is supporting a $100k allocation in the next budget for a Right to Counsel Pilot!
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CM Roberto C.Treviño Aug 21
For the first time, YOUR tax dollars will go towards repairing YOUR residential sidewalks! Thank you to for working with me on the pilot in Tobin Hill to show the impact the could have on pedestrian mobility.
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CM Roberto C.Treviño retweeted
San Antonio Heron Aug 19
“Having a lawyer does not change the merits of your cases, just your ability to defend your rights in a very complicated and unfamiliar legal setting." says about right-to-council, in which people being evicted would have lawyers fees paid for by .
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