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MAYOR RON NIRENBERG AND OTHER CTY OFFICIALS joined schoolchildren Aug. 16 to take the David’s Law Anti-Cyberbullying Pledge on the steps of City Hall. According to a release, “The David’s Law Pledge is a David’s Legacy Foundation initiative that allows supporters to take ownership of their online identities by pledging not to cause harm to others through bullying – especially through digital channels or devices.” The law is named after David Molak, a 16-year-old Alamo Heights resident who took his own life after facing heavy online harassment. Matt and Maurine Molak, co-founders of David’s Legacy Foundation and the teen’s parents, joined Nirenberg.

WARREN’S CORNER WILL BE RENAMED 8522 BROADWAY FOLLOWING THE ACQUISITION OF THE 40,000-square- foot mixed-use office and retail building, according to an announcement by GerTeck Holdings LLC. Located at Broadway and Loop 410, the revitalized building will be managed by BBGB Commercial Real Estate LLC. “We are excited about this acquisition and are incredibly confident in the intersection of Broadway and 410 for our investment and future corporate headquarters,” said Alex Gerber, CEO of GerTeck Holdings.

CLINT DUBOSE HAS JOINED SAN ANTONIO ACADEMY as the new head of school following the retirement of John Webster, who served 32 years. DuBose comes to the Monte Vista Historic District academy from Houston’s Annunciation Orthodox.

THE $6.2 MILLION BARBARA DRIVE DRAINAGE PROJECT in Olmos Basin Park recently broke ground. The first phase will widen and reconstruct the existing drainage system from McCullough Avenue to Basin Drive, creating a 150-foot-wide earthen channel with the capacity to accumulate more rainfall. Also, the capacity of the underground storm system from Barbara to Oblate Drive will be expanded. Additional improvements include two box culverts, realignment of Basin and the addition of a walking path with safety lighting.

CRESCENT AT ALAMO HEIGHTS, A 306-UNIT MULTIFAMILY complex at 340 Treeline Park St., recently sold for $37 million, according to the San Antonio Business Journal. AMAC Holdings and EBEX Holdings teamed up with local property-management firm United Apartment Group to acquire the property, which sits on 14.6 acres and features a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units ranging from 669 to 1,370 square feet.  The new owners have plans for an extensive renovation, according to reports.

ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL IN ALAMO HEIGHTS CELEBRATED ITS 70th anniversary with a birthday celebration and welcome-back party for students, complete with balloons and mini-cupcakes. The school opened in 1947 under Headmistress Edith Neiman as a small preschool on Cloverleaf Avenue. Led by Thomas McLaughlin, the school educates students from prekindergarten through eighth.

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