[lang_en]On Three Kings Day (January 6), Senator William “Willie” Delgado will open his office on Paseo Boricua (2708 W. Division St.). This important development will facilitate the community’s access to the State Senate and State Government. Since his election to the Senate, Delgado has wanted a more direct linkage to his old constituents, people he originally represented as State Representative.
He clearly understands the importance of connecting the people directly to government – a practice which has always distinguished him. In connection with this move Delgado states, “For me it is an honor to be on Paseo Boricua – between the two flags. I hope to share with the community and, in particular, with the temple – The Puerto Rican Cultural Center Juan Antonio Corretjer. And, thus, to help to continue promoting our culture and raising our flag high. This will allow me to be among the businesses, neighbors and agencies more intimately. I hope to serve as your legislator.”
La Voz del Paseo Boricua warmly welcomes our Senator to Paseo Boricua. Senator Delgado now joins our other extremely committed elected officials like Commissioner Roberto Maldonado, State Representative Cynthia Soto and Alderman Billy Ocasio who have made Division St. their place of work.[/lang_en]