Let's hit the ground running!

ABOUT ME

As a lifelong resident I have witnessed the growth and development in District 6. My background includes: attending Timberwilde Elementary, John B. Connally Middle School, & graduating in 2009 from Earl Warren High School.  After graduation I enrolled at Texas A&M University on a track scholarship. 

In 2010 I transferred to the University of Texas at San Antonio with knowledge that there are great opportunities for young and enthusiastic athletes who are eager to make a difference. I was blessed with the opportunities to be a part of two (2) UTSA track and field championship teams.

Graduating with a degree in Business Finance and was awarded an Ambassadorship from UTSA.

After graduating I volunteered with the UIL league the Heat through Frank Dunn, working to bridge the process that student athletes must go through with the information on the NCAA regulations needed to stay in compliance.

My work history includes selling Cadillac vehicles at Ken Batchelor and representing the Ken Batchelor dealership in a running competition. I then worked at PLS Logistics in the San Antonio downtown area.

I began seeing the enormous growth and infrastructural that is in progress in San Antonio. Questioning and seeking out information on my lunch hours down at City Hall.  Then making the decision on January 23, 2017 at 12:43 pm to run for City Council District 6

I am asking for you to vote for me.  I have the dedication, vision, drive and ambition to hit the ground running. 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

8519 Oak Branch San Antonio, TX 78251

☎ CONTACT

Gosset@sadistrict6.com

Work: 210-885-5034
Cell: 210-378-6697 

Points of interest


current bond (2017-2022)

District 6 Pedestrian Mobility($5,000,000)- To help pedestrians by improving sidewalks. 

 

Enrique Barrera Pkwy (Old Hwy 90) Corridor Phase 1 ($9,000,000)- In honor of Enrique Barrera former City Council member, this project would help improve the corridor, drainage, street, and sidewalks. 

 

Heath Rd & Grissom Rd Intersection ($1,100,000)- Reconstruction and widening of lanes this project will accommodate the sharp turns, sidewalks, curbs, driveways approaches and turn signals.  

 

Military Dr (Dead end Potranco) & Ingram Connector (Dead end to Military) ($10,000,000)- This extension of Military and Ingram will include curbs, sidewalks, bike facilities, traffic signal and drainage improvements.

 

Ingram Rd (Potranco to dead end) ($1,000,000)- Most recent approval by the city to help pedestrians by improving sidewalks.  

 


ART and music displays

We are already off to a great start with the reconstruction of Holmes High School. I will continue to push and support Art and Musical programs that foster a greater environment for our "Greater citizens of tomorrow".  


parks (2017-2022)

Cuellar Park ($368,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations.  

Culebra Creek Park ($368,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations. 

District 6 Parks Package ($828,000)- This Package includes (Levi Strauss, Meadowcliff & Westwood Village Parks). Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations. 

New Territories Park ($368,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations. 

North San Antonio Hills Park Development (532,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks and public WiFi with solar power stations. 

Oscar Perez Park ($368,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations. 

PARK HISTORY: The park was named for San Antonio Police Officer Oscar Perez, who was slain in the line of duty on March 24, 2000, at the age of 31. 

Tom Slick Creek Park ($368,000)- Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations. Citizens can also rent outdoor facilities such as baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields. Also available for rent is a Pavilion area. All facilities are available by the hour (4 hour maximum).   

Piper's Meadow Park ($520,000) Approved for maintenance, security, new green ways (trails), sidewalks, and public WiFi with solar power stations.  


youth sports and anti-drug programs (2017-2022)

Sports Fields Near Potranco Branch ($2,000,000) 

 


VOTING INFORMATION 2017

The last day to register for the general election is April 6th, 2017. 

Early voting begins April 24, 2017 and ends May 2nd, 2017.

General Election Day is May 6th, 2017.


 

 
 
I have witnessed others fall into traps on purpose because they are too impatient to find a solution.
— Eric Gosset
 
 

 
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