WATCH: City Council Candidate Larry Miller Wants to Serve

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – San Angelo city council candidate Larry Miller stopped by the San Angelo LIVE! studios for an in-depth interview Wednesday. Miller is competing for the council seat against incumbent Billie DeWitt and James Ervin. 

Miller is a candidate for single member district six which encompasses part of southwest San Angelo. 

Miller introduces himself in the video below:

Miller retired from the U.S. Air Force after 30 years of service.  He is also a retired English and History teacher. 

Miller is a fiscal conservative and discusses economic expansion below: 

Miller is a graduate of Angelo State University and a former GOP chairman for precinct 421.  

Miller says there needs to be more transparency in city government: 

Miller also discussed the challenges facing the San Angelo Police Department. 

Miller says the city needs to bring back meet-and-confer:  

And finally Larry Miller details why he is running for city council in the video below: 

We interviewed one of Miller's two opponents, James Ervin, on March 22. Watch that interview here. The city council election is Saturday, May 1, 2021.  Early voting runs from April 19 to April 27. 

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