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: