San Pedro Town Council sworn in Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 March 2018 00:00

In a short and intimate ceremony, the new San Pedro Town Council 2018-2021 members were sworn officially sworn in.

After opening the ceremony with the Belize National Anthem, Pastor Clive Welsh from the Lighthouse Christian Radio, blessed the council members and those in attendance with a prayer.

Following the prayer, the Town Administrator, Mrs. Patricia Verde Tillett began with the swearing in ceremony.

The following were sworn in with the following portfolios:

Mayor Daniel “Danny” Guerrero: Finance, Foreign Relations, Communications & Consultation Services Barracks; Deputy Mayor Ruben “Rux” Gonzalez: Economic Development, Revenue Collection, Transport, and Education; Councilor Gary Greif: Tourism, Environment, Public Relations, and Customer Services; Hector “Tito” Alamilla: Sports, Culture & Leisure, Youth Development, Community Beautification & Upkeep; Councilor Flora Ancona: Public Events, Human Development, Women Affairs, N.G.O.’s; Councilor Severo “Severito” Guerrero: Civic & Infrastructural Development, Health, Building Unit, and Ambergris Caye Master Plan; Councilor Gabriel “Gaby” Nuñez: Public Utilities, Community Protection & Safety, Waste Management & Sanitation, and NEMO.

After the swearing ceremony, Mayor Daniel Guerrero thanked everyone for attending and stated that this past election was a wake up call for their team. With this in mind, he continued that he and his team will work even harder for the people of San Pedro Town.

Hon. Manuel Heredia Jr., Minister of Tourism & Civil Aviation, and Area Representative of Belize Rural South, also expressed his gratitude to the people and stated that now more than ever they must work united and committed to ensure that the newly elected council work to the best of their abilities.

Mayor Daniel Guerrero and the Councilors would like to express their sincere gratitude to the community of San Pedro Town and hope that with your support, cooperation and assistance, together, we all can continue to build and develop a stronger San Pedro Town for all.