Horacio Aguirre, a resident of South Florida since 1953, has spent his life giving back to our residents. He is a successful businessman, respected neighborhood activist and civic leader who has spent the past 40-plus years building a reputation for serving our community. 

Among many other civic roles, he served as Senior Advisor to Mayor Tomas Regalado as well as working with the City of Miami Police Department as the former Chairman of the Civilian Investigative Panel.

When he was needed, Horacio stood up for our families and our community; he protected our neighborhoods and helped bring jobs back to our community.

Horacio’s record of service earned him numerous appointments including Chairman of the Miami River Commission – a group that oversees job creation, the management of industrial projects and entertainment options along the Miami River.

Community Service 

Miami River Commission, Member and Chairman, the agency created by the State Legislature to oversee and promote the interests of and along the Miami River (jobs, businesses, industry, residential living and entertainments.)

City of Miami Civilian Investigative Panel, Past Chairman, the agency created by City Charter Amendment that oversees the conduct, policy and procedures of City police officers and the department.)

Senior Advisor to Mayor Tomas Regalado, City of Miami, eight years.

Past President, Miami Neighborhoods United, a consortium of all neighborhood associations, which advocates for good government and better neighborhoods. 

Past Chairman, AMIGOS of the University of Miami, in support of the Cuban Heritage Collection, Otto Richter Library. 

Durham Park Neighborhood Association, President.



Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) University of Miami. 

Graduate Program in Administrative Studies (G.P.A.S.) University of Miami. 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Economics and Administration, Florida Atlantic University.

Associate of Arts, Business, Miami-Dade College, South (Kendall) Campus.

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