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Office of Councilwoman Sandra Ruiz


Vice Mayor Sandra Ruiz
Sandra Ruiz is a leader who diligently demonstrates a zeal for accountability in government as an outspoken champion for the rights and needs of the residents. She has an extraordinary impact on the City of Doral's success. As a founding member and the first woman ever elected to the council, she has solidified her mark on Doral. Following her passion for public service, the Councilwoman first held office in 2002 and today remains committed to the community she serves. She brings decades of invaluable experience to the post and continues to pursue a set of clearly defined objectives that reflect both her governing philosophy and the current economic environment. Her priorities remain reducing the burden on taxpayers while preserving essential public safety services and programs. She is also focused on education, infrastructure, traffic solutions, green initiatives, smart city capabilities, job creation, expanding international trade, cultural affairs, parks and recreation initiatives, community beautification, police service enhancements as well as attracting businesses and industries to diversify Doral. 

Councilwoman Ruiz is married to a retired naval officer, they have two children.

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