KSAT Q&A: SA mayor discusses city council elections, police union contract and Fiesta celebration

Nirenberg said that San Antonians deserve to celebrate following months of coronavirus, isolation

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined the KSAT Q&A on Tuesday to discuss the recent local election, police union contract and Fiesta celebration.

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined the KSAT Q&A on Tuesday to discuss the recent local election, police union contract and Fiesta celebration.

Below are a few highlights of the conversation with Nirenberg:

  • There will be a city Fourth of July celebration, along with Fiesta.
  • Nirenberg said he would not support a new police union contract without changes to the officer discipline policy.
  • Nirenberg has talked to all of the newly elected members of the city council. He calls them a “diverse group,” and he’s looking forward to working together.

You can watch the full interview with Nirenberg in the player above.

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