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José Chemo Soto

Adviser

Commission of Consumer Affairs of the House of Representatives

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Background Information

Employment History

Mayor

the City of Canovanas


Canovanas Mayor

New Progressive Party


However

mayor


Affiliations

Canovanas

Representative


38th District of Trujillo Alto

Representative


Education

Bachelor's degree

Finance

University of Puerto Rico at Carolina


Master's degree

Public Affairs


Web References(43 Total References)


wn.com

Soto has a Bachelor's degree in Finance from the University of Puerto Rico at Carolina and a Master's degree in Public Affairs with a specialty in Public Politics from the Universidad del Este.
In 1997, Soto started working as a special assistant to the then Representative for the 38th District of Trujillo Alto, Carolina, and Canóvanas, Iván Figueroa Figueroa. She also worked as an adviser of the Commission of Consumer Affairs of the House of Representatives. In 2001, she worked with the mayors of Fajardo and Río Grande, Aníbal Meléndez Rivera and Emilio Rosa Pacheco, as a public relations adviser. During this year, she was also in charge of the implementation of the Business Development Center from Loíza, an institution that helps the residents of that municipality with employment opportunities. That year, she also started working in the Health Department of San Juan, where she was in charge of the recruiting of municipalities for the creation and implementation of several health programs.


www.puertorico-herald.org [cached]

The march, which was called by NPP Canovanas Mayor Jose "Chemo" Soto, was scheduled to depart from the Hiram Bithorn Stadium at 2 p.m. and to arrive at the NPP headquarters a few hours later.
The former governor who lost the gubernatorial race in 2004 has threatened to resign his presidency at the NPP if he doesn't become the new Senate president.


www.ntskeptics.org [cached]

Jose Soto, mayor of Canovanas, has launched his own crusade to capture the Chupacabras, using caged goats as bait and conducting weekly hunts through the hills surrounding Canovanas with the help of local volunteers, some of them coming from the police and Civil Defense.
"Whatever it is, it's highly intelligent," Soto stated on the Christina show.


José Soto, the mayor of Canóvanas, the community in which events first started to occur, organized a "monster hunt" staffed by elements of the Civil Defense, the police, and municipal workers.


www.sunstar-solutions.com [cached]

Over one hundred animals have been killed with dozens of witnesses to this bizarre creature, which has led to the personal involvement of the mayor of Canovanas, Jose Soto, with the aid of the the Civil Defense.
Mayor Soto is trying to capture one of these creatures by laying traps around El Yunque in the Cubuy region, where high activity of the chupacabras has been reported. El Yunque has been a place of much paranormal activity since the earliest of times with Indian legends going back many centuries about this being their Land of Gods. In more recent times El Yunque has been a hotspot of many UFO's as well as various alien type beings such as greys, bigfoots, mothmen, and a creature described as half goat and half man. Chupacabras, themselves, have often been seen with UFOs nearby. In an interview with a woman from Canovanas, she told of a man that had recently witnessed a UFO drop a large box in the rainforest which had just had a rash of chupacabras sightings. Is there a connection?


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