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Aguirre runs for SMD 1

We continue candidate profiles ahead of the May 10th city elections day as council districts 1, 3, and 5 are up for grabs
We continue candidate profiles ahead of the May 10th city elections day as council districts 1, 3, and 5 are up for grabs.

Trinidad Aguirre is running a second time for the City Council District 1 position. He said a poem best describes why he decided to run again.

"People often ask me why I'm running and there was a poem I'd like to just quickly paraphrase by Edward Hale and it says 'I am only one, but I am one. I can't do everything, but I can do some things. That which I can do, I ought to do....that which I ought to do - by God's grace - I will do," said Aguirre.

Aguirre's focus is finding water for the city of San Angelo, addressing pay differences within the city employees, and fixing roads.

"We need to see how we can be able to ensure funding for years to come. ...We've got the police raises on the table and the infrastructure," Aguirre said. "It's about the roads. It's about the pipelines."

He said his experience as a regional Verizon president managing sales and marketing in the states Florida, Texas, California, Oregon, and Washington prepares him for the budgeting necessary as a city councilman.

"I'm retired, I'm highly educated, I been able to run a major corporation - which was Verizon - which had thousands of employees and almost a billion-dollars in revenue. So, I know the appropriate steps to take to give us a balanced budget. ... to be able to achieve those dreams San Angelo really needs to secure our future," finished Aguirre.

Aguirre said he wants residents to remember he's running for the right reasons and he said he will give his all to address the water issues in San Angelo.

We continue candidate profiles ahead of the May 10th city elections day as council districts 1, 3, and 5 are up for grabs

Trinidad Aguirre is running a second time for the City Council District 1 position. He said a poem best describes why he decided to run again.

"People often ask me why I'm running and there was a poem I'd like to just quickly paraphrase by Edward Hale and it says 'I am only one, but I am one. I can't do everything, but I can do some things. That which I can do, I ought to do....that which I ought to do - by God's grace - I will do," said Aguirre.

Aguirre's focus is finding water for the city of San Angelo, addressing pay differences within the city employees, and fixing roads.

"We need to see how we can be able to ensure funding for years to come. ...We've got the police raises on the table and the infrastructure," Aguirre said. "It's about the roads. It's about the pipelines."

He said his experience as a regional Verizon president managing sales and marketing in the states Florida, Texas, California, Oregon, and Washington prepares him for the budgeting necessary as a city councilman.

"I'm retired, I'm highly educated, I been able to run a major corporation - which was Verizon - which had thousands of employees and almost a billion-dollars in revenue. So, I know the appropriate steps to take to give us a balanced budget. ... to be able to achieve those dreams San Angelo really needs to secure our future," finished Aguirre.

Aguirre said he wants residents to remember he's running for the right reasons and he said he will give his all to address the water issues in San Angelo.

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