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Nirenberg saw San Antonio’s promise before the city developed into what it is today; keeping that momentum going is one of his top priorities as a mayoral candidate.
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In his 32 years as head of school at San Antonio Academy, John Webster fostered a culture of joy, discipline, boyhood, teamwork, and academic excellence.