Nirenberg Looks Ahead

By Elizabeth Ruiz

Mayor-Elect Ron Nirenberg is wasting little time in getting to work on his agenda after winning Saturday’s runoff.

“There’s some low-hanging fruit that we need to get to regarding street maintenance that can improve the lives of San Antonians in every corner of the City that I hope we will make a priority in next year’s budget” Nirenberg told KTSA’s Trey Ware.

The Mayor-Elect also stresses the importance of brining everyone together in the aftermath of the campaign.

“This is a fractured world that we live in right now, and if San Antonio is to be a successful city, we have to respect the fact there are a multitude of perspectives in our city and throughout the world” Nirenberg said.



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