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Mr. Ray Aguilera

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • City Councilman
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Pueblo City Councilman ...
www.pueblojuneteenth.org, 7 Sept 2011 [cached]
Pueblo City Councilman Ray Aguilera (HD 7)
Mr. Ray Aguilera was elected to fill a vacant position on Pueblo's City Council in 2003.
Due to his tremendous leadership abilities and commitment to serving a greater good, Mr. Aguilera was soon re-elected to serve on the 2004 City Council. He was then re-elected to City Council in 2007 and was elected to serve as President of the City Council for 2011. His term on City Council will end December 31, 2011.
As a former business owner, Mr. Aguilera consistently supports business friendly legislation and never hesitates to challenge legislation that would adversely affect minority owned businesses. He is a staunch supporter of not only the Bessemer neighborhood, but of the entire Pueblo community.
Mr. Aguilera is currently employed at Pueblo Community College as an enrollment specialist for special populations. Mr. Aguilera continually shows his commitment to youth and education through his work with young people as they strive to earn their high school diploma or GED.
Mr. Aguilera's board and community memberships include: the Pueblo Regional Building Authority, the Pueblo Area Council of Government, the Area Council on Aging, the Bessemer Association for Neighborhood Development, and as Founder of the Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation.
Mr. Aguilera never forgets the most important thing in his life - his family.
Coloradans Recognized for Making the State A Welcoming Place for Everybody. Gay & Lesbian Fund Honors Five Colorado Groups for Taking A Stand on Equality. | Gay and Lesbian Fund for Colorado
www.gayandlesbianfund.org, 4 Dec 2008 [cached]
OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY SUPPORTER: Ray Aguilera. Affectionately known as the grandfather of Pueblo, Ray Aguilera most often recognized for his work with the Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation, helping young people step on the path to higher education. He is also a tireless champion for poor people working to improve their neighborhoods, job prospects, personal safety, and opportunities for their children - keeping a promise to help those in need get the resources and support they require to get ahead in life.
The water is being made available ...
www.chieftain.com, 27 May 2014 [cached]
The water is being made available after former City Councilman Ray Aguilera made an appeal to the water board in March to boost flows.
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The move came after Aguilera contacted Parks and Wildlife board member John Singletary about the need to provide recreational opportunities at Lake Minnequa.
Former Pueblo City Council ...
www.chieftain.com, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
Former Pueblo City Council member and longtime civic activist Ray Aguilera, at least wants to take it to the top.
Aguilera renewed his pitch to the Pueblo Board of Water Works Tuesday to put water in the lake, which is the centerpiece for a city park that has been under development for a decade. He made the same request last year.
"Having been a public official, I know how long it takes for a project to come to fruition," Aguilera said.
By RAY AGUILERA The Pueblo ...
www.chieftain.com, 5 Mar 2012 [cached]
By RAY AGUILERA The Pueblo Chieftain | 19 comments
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Ray Aguilera is a student recruiter at Pueblo Community College, a former Pueblo City Council member and a candidate for county commissioner.
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This includes you, Ray.
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This includes you, Ray.
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I would also like to point out, that as great as your article was Ray, about 75% of Pueblo's parents will not have read it and will never get the point that they are responsible for their children's successes and failures!! They do watch the TV news though, maybe someone could report on it because the Chieftain is simply not doing enough to reach the parents! Teachers are NOT miracle workers, we need the help of parents to ensure educational success!
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Ray posted at 11:47 am on Sun, Mar 4, 2012.
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First, as Mr. Aguilera says, all the kids would come to school.
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But the other 95% won't read Mr. Aguilera's editorial, and won't read a Chieftain news story about education, and sure as hell won't read this.
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Perhaps you have answered your own question Mr. Aguilera.
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Ray discussed many valid points, but toward the end of his editorial he hit on the most important ... parent involvement and the return of discipline to the schools.
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It is strange that when Ray was on Council he voiced no concerns as these now stated. His record is Millions of dollars for Minnequa lake park, $6 million for renovation of City Hall, $300,000 to help pruchase a black Rhino (a tropical animal), $743,000 for the PMI motorsports crowd and on on and so forth speaks for itself.
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I am also disappointed that Aguilera is the first person to question the district in the Chieftian...two weeks after the Denver Post.
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Ray, it's your Party who keeps on wanting stupid stuff being taught. Like mandatory classes on gay and lesbians. Kids don't need to know that stuff and while they are learning that, they aren't learning how to add.
Simple isn't it? I honestly believe that if you went through the phone book and picked 500 people at random and told them to teach, they could do a better job than what we have now. Too much politics in schools, PERA is not interested in children, they are interested in feathering their own nest as much as possible, aided and abetted by people like you Ray.
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