Jada Andrews-Sullivan and Keith Toney were separated by only 99 votes after early returns were released Saturday evening.
The City of San Antonio is working on a land swap that could lead to contested land next to the historic Hays Street Bridge becoming a public park.
Keith Toney and Jada Andrews-Sullivan remain in District 2’s June 8 runoff after a recount failed to show additional votes for Denise Gutierrez-Homer.
The third-place candidate has filed paperwork and submitted a deposit with the City Clerk’s office for a recount in the District 2 City Council race.
The San Antonio City Council District 2 race is likely headed to a runoff with a former occupant of the seat, Keith Toney, at the top of the heap.
Since Ivy Taylor left the seat in 2014 to serve as interim mayor, District 2 has had four representatives on City Council, both interim and single term.
Zac Harris, a project developer for a commercial rooftop solar company, is the newest member of the Historic and Design Review Commission.
Former District 8 Councilman Art Hall will serve as the interim District 2 representative after City Council appointed him with a 7-3 vote Thursday.
The appointee, to be selected Thursday by City Council, will serve until a new council member is installed following the May 4 municipal elections.
City Council will review the applications and appoint an interim council member for District 2 to fill the remainder of William “Cruz” Shaw’s term.