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In Democratic primary, Elizondo’s experience sets him apart

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Dedicated to Improving Our Community

As a veteran, teacher, legislator and commissioner, Paul Elizondo has dedicated his life to improving our community.

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ICYMI: Paul Elizondo announces he’ll seek 10th term on Commissioners Court

Paul Elizondo announces he’ll seek 10th term on Commissioners Court 

By Jasper Scherer, Staff Writer
San Antonio Express-News

October 24, 2017

Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo kicked off his bid for an unprecedented 10th term representing Precinct 2 on Tuesday in front of the south steps of the county courthouse.

Elizondo, who has held a seat on Commissioners Court since the 1980s, laid out a list of projects he wants to see through, including the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project and expansions to the University Health System.

“Serving our community is my life’s work. I want to do as much as I can to improve my beloved Bexar County for as long as I can,” Elizondo said, putting emphasis on “long.”
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Elizondo Announces Re-Election Campaign

From KSAT 12 @ Noon:

Pct. 2 Commissioner Paul Elizondo seeks 10th term in office

Elizondo: 'Serving our community is my life's work'

 
By David Ibanez - Web - Managing Editor
Posted: 1:09 PM, October 24, 2017

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San Pedro Creek Project on Time for 300th Celebration

San Pedro Creek redevelopment project to finish first segment next spring

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

The first segment of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, a $53.4 million operation totaling 2,200 feet of creek development, is so far on track for completion for the city’s tricentennial observance next May.

Project officials said initial concerns about the project’s pace stemmed from changes in design plans and delays from utility relocation.

"Once we broke ground and actually started construction, things have been going very well,” said Suzanne Scott, general manager of the San Antonio River Authority. “We’ve had some rain, but because of our pre-planning, we were were able to get back operating very soon after the rain. The things that typically cause delays in construction projects in a channel or creek, we’ve been able to manage that."

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