Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials

Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials (AHMO)

“The Majority of the Future”

PERSPECTIVE
Remember that you will not always win. Some days, the most resourceful individual will taste defeat. But there is, in this case, always tomorrow– after you have done your best to achieve success today.

 

ABOUT AHMO

The purpose of this organization is to establish cooperative and constructive relationships among our members for the promotion of the general welfare of the Hispanic community. AHMO has continued to offer its members a unique forum where their interests, concerns, and problems can be shared and discussed.

Two Way Communications

Encourages the exchange of up-to-date information about trends affecting Hispanic city officials through meetings, reports, correspondence, and telephone calls. AHMO members also receive a quarterly newsletter.

Legislative Action

Serves actively with the Texas Municipal League to represent and advance the views of the Hispanic community.

Education

Provides opportunities for continued professional growth, self-development, and interaction with other professional peers through conventions, workshops, and seminars.

BENEFITS

Professional Development

Through its activities and services, AHMO officers and staff encourage and help all members to enhance, expand, and cultivate their professional abilities.

Discounted TML Publications

AHMO membership provides each member with an opportunity to receive,at significantly reduced prices, one subscription to the Texas Municipal League’s monthly magazine, Texas Town and City (Regular Price $30; AHMO Price $15), and/or one TML Directory of City Officials (Regular Price $60; AHMO Price $30).

Membership

AHMO Membership consists of three categories: Elected, Appointed, and Associate. Annual Membership Dues $75.00

Eligibility

Elected Official – Any Hispanic elected municipal official in Texas such as mayor, councilmember, alderperson, commissioner, and other municipal elected officials.

Appointed Official – Any Hispanic appointed municipal official in Texas such as city manager, city administrator, city attorney, city secretary, and other appointed officials.

Associate Membership – Individuals and organizations may be granted associate membership by the Executive Committee.

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AHMO Executive Director
Johnny A. Rodriguez, Jr.
Director Emeritus, Edwards Aquifer Authority, Bexar County
Mayor Emeritus, Balcones Heights, Texas
Cell: 210-723-5776
Office: 210-348-9111
Fax: 210-348-9151
jrodpi@att.net

President
Melanie Rios
City Councilmember Place 5
City of Hutto
401 W Front St
Hutto, TX78634-4203
Phone: (512)659-7652
Fax: (512)846-2653
riosforhutto@gmail.com

Vice President
Jimmy D. Loya, Sr.
City Councilmember
City of Karnes City
105 W Mesquite St
Karnes City, TX78118-3904
Work Phone: (830) 583-6852
Fax: (830) 780-2864
Email: jimmyloya@sbcglobal.net

Secretary
Angela Bermudez, CMO
City Councilmember
City of Alpine
100 N 13th St
Alpine, TX79830-4401
Phone: (432) 386-8880
Email: angela_wardone@yahoo.com

Treasurer
Alice Rodriguez
City Councilmember
City of Waco
PO Box 2570
Waco, TX76702-2570
Work Phone: (254) 750-5750
Fax: (254) 750-5748
Email: ccouncil2@waco-texas.com

Past President
Daniel M. Tejada
Mayor
City of Floresville
1120 D St
Floresville, TX78114-2232
Work Phone: (830) 391-4980
Fax: (830) 393-2056
Email: mayordtejada@yahoo.com

TML Board Representative
Victor Hernandez
City Councilman
City of Lubbock
PO Box 2000
Lubbock, TX79457-2000
Work Phone: (806) 775-2027
Fax: (806) 775-3335
vhernandez@mylubbock.us
Victor Hernandez Law Office
1114 10th Street
Lubbock, TX 79401
Work Phone: (806)765-5481
Fax: (806)765-5591
vhernandezlaw@yahoo.com

Questions about AHMO?
Contact the AHMO Executive Director

Association of Hispanic Municipal Officials
1821 Rutherford Lane, Suite 400
Austin, Texas 78754-5128