WOW! I am so humbled to have this great
Endorsement of SA Flavor. Once back in office I
Look forward to working with Gens Y, X,
Millennials and every other segment of the
D2 populace. Thank you SA Flavor for ...
really listening to and dissecting our message.
Just in case you missed it, I had a wonderful experience doing my first "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit. Big thank you to everyone who participated! Check it out! http://www.reddit.com/…/i_am_keith_toney_city_council_cand…/
Attention! We need volunteers to help block walk and make phone calls! We know how busy you are, but if you could spare an hour of your day to help, sign up at http://www.keithtoney.com/volunteer.html
Introducing the long awaited, much anticipated, brand new Keith Toney For District 2 Website! www.keithtoney.com
It has been a pleasure representing you on City Council. As the holidays near, I hope everyone is happy, healthy and safe. Please continue to stay in touch. I hope to see you next year if not before!
Do you think the folks at Promise Choice are doing good work? We think so!
A recent survey of randomly-selected neighborhoods reported that 68% of respondents knew about Promise Choice, and 80% thought they were doing an outstanding job. (Not, fair or good but outstanding).
District 2 residents: Our holiday party is one week away! To reserve your seat at the table, please call 207-2122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your headcount. We look forward to seeing you.
We are grateful to Miss Fiesta Sophia Campos, the Fiesta Commission and Parks and Rec for their recent project in MLK Park (District 2!).
Featured below are local art students who will adorn the benches with quotations from Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
On this day, Dec. 4th, in the year 1899, the city was given the gift of present-day Brackenridge Park by George W. Brackenridge. Not far from the park is the San Antonio Tuesday Musical Club, which offers youth cash prizes for their musical talent.
Two more things to be proud of in District 2...
This morning, the San Antonio Food Bank brought ten trucks to City Hall (one for each Council District) and they're headed to a distribution site near you. Today is officially Convoy of Hope Day in the City of San Antonio. We thank the Food Bank this holiday season!
From Mayor Taylor's statement on union negotiations, as delivered just now at a press conference:
"...all of us, whether municipal or union officials, must live up to the trust that our members and constituents have placed in us. We need to focus on facts and our future, and we need to hold on to the spirit of cooperation and collaboration that defines our great city."
We hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend with your loved ones!
From a civic standpoint, you might find the facade improvment grant (see flyer from COSA) something to be thankful for. Application deadline is Dec. 15th, 5 PM.
Are you making a contribution to the community? Say so on the "I Am SA2020" blog here: http://www.sa2020.org/i-am-sa2020/