San Antonio’s Zanoni The Lone Finalist For Corpus Christi City Manager Role



Matt Briscoe
Publisher
The Southside Light

City Hall—Corpus Christi City Council made it official on Tuesday that San Antonio Deputy City Manager Peter Zanoni the last person standing for the role of city manager.

Prior to coming to Corpus Christi, Zanoni served for 22 years with the city of San Antonio in various roles including his current role as deputy city manager.

Some of the projects that he managed with the city of San Antonio were massively important projects including Transportation and Capital Improvements Department, the Planning Department, Neighborhood and Housing Services Department, the Pre-K 4 SA program, and the 2017 municipal bond program.

Zanoni was appointed to deputy city manager in San Antonio back in November 2012.

His annual salary will be $300,000 and his first day in Corpus Christi will be May 20.

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