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January 11, 2013 | SA and Bexar County. What to Expect in 2

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2012 saw a Preschool initiative and a multimillion dollar bond program approved by voters. It also saw approval of a downtown streetcar system and dramatic remake of HemisFair Park. There is work underway on a desalination plan and the city is seeing the birth of two hospitals dedicated to children. Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Mayor Julian Castro discuss the impact for 2013.

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