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Interview with Rodrigo Cañedo

Rodrigo Cañedo

We move now into District J, the other of the two new Council districts. Drawn to be a Latino opportunity district, it has in fact attracted two Latino candidates, one of whom is Rodrigo Cañedo. Cañedo is a small business owner and serves on the board of Bo’s Place, a bereavement center offering grief support services to children. He is a resident of Sharpstown. Here’s the interview:

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You can find a list of all interviews for this cycle, plus other related information, on my 2011 Elections page.

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  1. joshua bullard says:

    The question of churches and school exemptions from the drainage fee comes up alot,so much so that i now am compelled to have to assert an opinion on the matter.i would have exempted the schools and churches from the start,heres why,becuase the public still looks at it as a “god tax”and a god tax doesnt sit well with most,god doesnt pay taxes and he doesnt pay fees.period.secondlly.kid tax is a big no no-we do not charge our children a “kid tax” or kid fee.people look at it as a bunch of raving lunatic “zackheoius tax collectors”busting into gods house and demanding payment and afterwards rushing the doors of our schools and demanding monies be paid from our long as citizens continue to view a huge mob of people demaning money from god and the kids-there will never be fees collected from churches and schools-never-and you know what?iam perfectflly fine with this-i just assume to exempt god and kids from the beginning and let me get back to my new york times and starbucks coffee.respectfully submitted joshua ben bullard