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Manuel L. Maroño

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Sachs Media Group | PR . Public Affairs . Marketing . Online, 3 Feb 2014 [cached]
"Under this agreement, Florida will take its rightful place as the national leader in water quality protection," said Mayor Manny Maroño, president of the Florida League of Cities.
"This legislative session will be a ..., 27 Feb 2013 [cached]
"This legislative session will be a big one for home rule," said Manny Marono, Chairman of Keep It Local, Florida and President of the Florida League of Cities.
Tallahassee, Fla. - Today, Governor Rick ..., 15 Aug 2011 [cached]
Tallahassee, Fla. - Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the appointment of Ned C. Lautenbach and the reappointments of Jay N. Trumbull and Manuel "Manny" Maroño to the Florida Transportation Commission.
Maroño, 39, has been the mayor of the City of Sweetwater since 2003. He has been president of Southeast Towing since 2009 and was previously chief operating officer with Westbrook Motors Towing from 2002 to 2009. Maroño is the second vice president of the Florida League of Cities and a past president of the Miami-Dade League of Cities. He is reappointed for a term beginning October 28, 2011, and ending September 30, 2014.
Board of Directors, 17 Sept 2012 [cached]
Born and raised in the City of Sweetwater, Manuel Maroño began his public service by becoming the youngest person ever elected to the City's commission at the age of 23. From 1995 onward, Manny has served as the commission's president as well as vice mayor, distinguishing himself as a prudent and fair official. In 2002, Mayor Maroño stepped up and took the place of Jose "Pepe" Diaz, the former mayor who resigned in order to run for higher office.
Elected by popular vote in 2003 and in 2007, Manuel Maroño continues to serve as Mayor of his proud city. Mayor Maroño has spearheaded hurricane protection for his residents of Sweetwater and all of Miami while serving on the Blue Ribbon Committee for Underground Utilities and the Miami-Dade County Underground Wiring Committee. His service to the people also includes a longstanding and respected position on the board of the Miami-Dade League of Cities, serving as treasurer and secretary before being elected president of the league in 2006. Mayor Maroño remains active in the beacon Council Board of Directors and the Florida League of Cities where he is the co-chair of the Federal Action Strike Team and a member of the Advocacy and Criminal Justice Committees. Manuel Maroño is also a founding board member of the Florida League of Mayors. Mayor Maroño is currently the Executive Operations Manger of Southland. Manny lives in Sweetwater with his wife Jennifer and their two sons Justin and Jason.
News, 16 June 2013 [cached]
During the Florida League of Cities 86th Annual Conference, Sweetwater Mayor Manuel "Manny" Maroño was sworn in as the League's 91st president by Florida Gov.
In his installation speech, President Maroño announced his platform for the upcoming year. An excerpt of his speech follows.
Meet the League's New President Sweetwater Mayor Manuel "Manny" Maroño, elected to lead the League at its 86th Annual Conference, will serve a one-year presidential term. Maroño is currently serving his third term as mayor of Sweetwater - the city where he was born and raised. His dedication to public service dates back to 1995, when he was elected as the youngest commissioner in the city's history at 23 years of age. Among Maroño's board memberships are past president of the Miami-Dade League of Cities, executive board member of the Beacon Council and founding board member of the Florida League of Mayors. His civic activities range from serving as a key advisor for state legislation on taser guns and underground utilities to establishing sister cities with impoverished areas of Latin America . He is also active in local Little League Baseball, and regularly participates in activities with Sweetwater Elementary and surrounding schools. Maroño resides in Sweetwater with his wife Jennifer and their two sons.
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