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Isolina Marono, commissioner in sweetwater, fl
Commissioner Isolina Maroño
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Commissioner Isolina Maroño

Isolina Maroño was elected to the City of Sweetwater City Commission May 2013. Commissioner Maroño's name is synonymous with charitable deeds in the City of Sweetwater. She actively helps those in need by driving elderly residents to medical appointments or delivering donated food to those with disabilities or who are homebound.

Commissioner Maroño is always looking into measures to better and beautify the City of Sweetwater. Her goal is to implement citizen education workshops for residents to attend and find out how they can make a difference in their community through civic involvement.

At the forefront of hurricane relief efforts, Commissioner Maroño is known for coordinating the distribution of sandbags, water and food to area residents. She volunteers her time to nonprofit organizations that help those affected by cancer and autism, and coordinates food drives in the City to help deliver nutritious food to needy families.

Commissioner Maroño moved to the United States in 1967 from Santa Clara, Cuba. She left her studies in meteorology in the island country to seek a better life with her parents and two younger brothers. Soon after the move, her parents became ill and Commissioner Maroño became the head of the household at a young age.

She helped manage a convenience store her parents owned in the City of Sweetwater for many years, while she also worked as an assistant supervisor in a local electronics shop.

In 1971, Isolina met her husband Manuel Maroño, who she is still married to today. They had a son, Manuel "Manny" Maroño, who served three terms as the mayor of the City of Sweetwater and was the youngest person to be elected as a City of Sweetwater commissioner at the age of 23.

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