Paul Alexander has been elected to the San Angelo City Council twice, serving nearly three years as the representative for Single Member District 1 on the South and Southeast sides of the City including Lake Nasworthy, Goodfellow AFB, Country Club Estates, Bentwood and Southland east of Stone Canyon Drive. With proven honesty and integrity, Alexander is known for his genuine and personal interactions with the people of San Angelo. READ MORE
Has advocated the consolidation of the south and north pools of Twin Buttes during drought to save as much as 3200 acre feet per year in water losses. READ MORE
If Elected, Alexander...
Will implement lake-wide resident-friendly zoning plans and infrastructure upgrades around Lake Nasworthy to encourage commercial investments on and around the lake.
Will bring Gateway Planning's proposed master plan of the Lake Nasworthy area to San Angelo's voters asking the voters to release part of the Lake Nasworthy Trust Fund monies (currently $11.6 million) to go towards strategically chosen infrastructure improvements to the Lake Nasworthy area.
Will continue to push for a pipe to be installed in the Twin Buttes Dam at the south pool, to make it possible to more easily transfer water from the south pool or South Concho River to Lake Nasworthy. In doing so, it stabilizes Nasworthy's future as a constant level lake amidst less and less water in our area lakes. READ MORE
Paul Knows Water!
In the video below recorded at City Council on October 5, 2012, Alexander discusses in detail (14 minutes) our water situation in San Angelo. It is a good education piece to catch up on our current attrubutes of our water system and strategic partnerships the City of San Angelo has with other communities.
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This is San Angelo!
San Angelo; a city just west of the center of Texas, positioned among the three converging Concho rivers- a river valley that is an oasis in West Texas described as “surprising” to newcomers. Remotely located, here it’s about working together and working hard for what we get. Citizenship and public service are at the very core of being a San Angeloan. Defined by our history, a love for progress and a focus on the quality of life in our City, this is San Angelo! Those not from here may not understand, but it’s time to show’em. READ MORE