The Rivard Report's List of What's In and What's Out for 2019
By Rivard Report Staff
Well hello there, 2019. It's nice to meet you.
After a nonstop year of Tricentennial celebrations, midterm election campaigning, and more downtown development, we are poised for a new chapter. In 2019, big changes are on the horizon: a new city manager, changes to Alamo Plaza, and municipal elections.
Before we get too far into this new year, here's the Rivard Report's highly subjective list of what we're leaving behind in 2018 - besides all those bright pink SA 300 logos - and what looms for 2019.
Uncluttered downtown sidewalks
Vacant buildings on Houston Street
San Pedro Creek drainage ditch
Julián Castro on the sidelines
, Tony, and Danny
Ping-pong balls for the NBA draft lottery
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt
Tre Trattoria on Broadway
Complaining about traffic
Being hungry at Hemisfair
Commonwealth Coffeehouse and Bakery, Dough Pizzeria Napoletana, and Chocollazo at Hemisfair
The Cenotaph at the Menger Hotel
Parades down Alamo Street
Solitude on UTSA's Downtown Campus
Not paying your Hotel Occupancy Tax