A runoff election on June 10 will offer voters another chance to determine the next Council representative of District 8.
In nearly every way you can describe a neighborhood the 55 square miles that make up District 8 could be one of the most diverse areas of San Antonio.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) is the new vice chair of the Sister Cities International board, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to forming and maintaining global relationships between communities.
This is my attempt, as chair of the City’s Zoning Commission, to address some misconceptions and misinformation regarding two recent highly contested cases in the city, specifically the hair salon case in Mahncke Park in District 2 and the 36-arce “downzoning” case in District 8.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) needed at least nine yes-votes on Thursday to rezone a 36-acre tract of land in his district to lower-density housing.
The City’s Zoning Commission voted 8-2 against a request from Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) to down-zone 36 acres in San Antonio’s Northwest side on Tuesday after a conversation that highlighted deep divisions over property rights and sustainable development issues.
Editor’s Note: Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) spoke with more than a dozen members of the local refugee community on Tuesday afternoon at St.
One year after Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) first proposed a municipal broadband strategy to City Council, the matter will come to a vote Thursday, providing newly-elected Mayor Ivy Taylor and her colleagues the opportunity to lead San Antonio’s public institutions into an era of greater digital connectivity.
Last Tuesday’s mayoral election may not have gone Councilman Ron Nirenberg’s way, but the District 8 representative has not wasted a moment dwelling on disappointment.