List of mayors of Lobos


List of mayors of Lobos

This is a list of the mayors of Lobos, Argentina.

From 1856 to 1887 there were 22 president administrators at the Lobos City Hall, the first of them being Juan Antonio Cascallares. In 1887 Juan José Caminos was named the first mayor of Lobos. The first mayor after the Argentine Dictatorship was José Ernesto Piccone. So far, Lobos has had 76 mayors.

City Hall Presidents:

  • Juan Antonio Cascallares – 1856
  • Mariano Atucha – 1858
  • Mariano Atucha – 1859
  • Marcos Noguera – 1860
  • Gabino Cascallares – 1862
  • Mariano Atucha – 1863
  • Nicanor Arévalo – 1864
  • Lorenzo Varela – 1865
  • José M. Velarde – 1867
  • Nicanor Arévalo – 1869
  • José M. Villafañe – 1870
  • Casimiro Villamayor – 1872
  • Casimiro Villamayor – 1875
  • Manuel Antonio Caminos – 1875
  • Félix F. Arauz – 1876
  • Eulogio Del Mármol (Procurador a/c) – 1877
  • Nicanor Berro – 1878
  • Justo S. Del Carril – 1879
  • Julio C. Figueroa – 1880
  • Blas Varela −1880
  • Blas Varela – 1883
  • Eulogio Del Mármol – 1886

Mayors:

  • Manuel Antonio Caminos – 1887
  • Nicanor Desiderio Berro – 1889
  • Antonio E. Hiriart – 1891
  • Juan Moore – 1892
  • Adolfo C. Morales – 1893
  • Eulogio Del Mármol – 1895
  • Antonio E. Hiriart – 1897
  • Francisco Villanueva – 1899
  • Juan F. de Cieza – 1901
  • Ernesto Hiriart – 1903
  • Juan F. de Cieza – 1905
  • Eulogio M. Berro – 1907
  • Carlos E. Cucullu – 1915
  • Eulogio M Berro – 1917
  • Ernesto H. Hiriart (interventor) – 1917
  • Antonio Lombardo – 1920
  • Manuel Fraga (Comisionado no se hace cargo) – 1921
  • Rosendo Fraga (Comisionado no se hace cargo) – 1921
  • Eduardo Buchanan (Comisionado) – 1921
  • Antonio Lombardo – 1922
  • Enrique Ratti – 1924
  • Vicente Amorena (Comisionado) – 1925
  • Luis M. Varela (Comisionado) – 1926
  • Enrique Ratti – 1927
  • Manuel Fraga – 1928
  • Juan Ratti – 1929
  • Tomás B. Sarracino (Comisionado) – 1930
  • Arturo Cardoner – 1932
  • Juan Angueira (Comisionado) – 1940
  • Francisco Mastropietro – 1942
  • Amaro E. Vallejos (Comisionado) – 1943
  • Arsenio Granillo Fernández – September 9, 1943 to October 9, 1944
  • Gustavo S. Walter – October 10, 1944 to February 28, 1945
  • Arsenio Granillo Fernández – March 1, 1945 to September 11, 1945
  • Enrique A. Ratti – September 12, 1945 to January 28, 1946
  • Bartolomé Boglioti – January 29, 1946 to February 15, 1946
  • Gustavo S. Walter – February 16, 1946 to July 11, 1946
  • Enrique A. Ratti – July 12, 1946 to February 1, 1948
  • Rafael Laurenti – February 2, 1948 to April 30, 1948
  • Enrique A. Ratti – May 1, 1948 to March 14, 1949
  • Pedro Yannarella – March 15, 1949 to March 27, 1949
  • Enrique A. Ratti – March 27, 1949 to March 15, 1950
  • Nicolás I. Macchiarolli – March 15, 1950 to March 30, 1950
  • Enrique A. Ratti – April 1, 1950 to July 16, 1950
  • Silverio Abiuso – July 17, 1950 to April 30, 1952
  • Máximo Giordano – May 1, 1952 to May 1, 1955
  • Luis Oscar Ratti – May 1, 1955 to October 10, 1955
  • Arturo Cardoner – October 11, 1955 to February 22, 1957
  • Arturo F. Manenti – February 22, 1957 to March 17, 1957
  • Arturo Cardoner – March 18, 1957 to June 24, 1957
  • Arturo F. Manenti – June 25, 1957 to July 24, 1957
  • Rogelio L. B. González – July 25, 1957 to April 30, 1958
  • José Ernesto Dorsi – May 1, 1958 to January 13, 1959
  • Víctor Manzioni – January 19, 1959 to February 1, 1959
  • José Ernesto Dorsi – February 2, 1959 to February 1, 1960
  • Víctor Manzioni – February 1, 1960 to March 4, 1960
  • José Ernesto Dorsi – March 4, 1960 to July 11, 1960
  • Miguel Angel Turdó – July 11, 1960 to August 30, 1962
  • José Benito Mondragón – August 30, 1962 to January 4, 1963
  • Domingo Canseco – January 4, 1963 to August 8, 1963
  • Carlos Jáuregui – August 8, 1963 to October 12, 1963
  • José Máximo Piccone – October 12, 1963 to June 28, 1966
  • Luis Antonio Ortelli – June 30, 1966 to July 31, 1966
  • Edmundo E. Kirk Moore – July 31, 1966 to December 1, 1969
  • Abel Francisco Alejandro Culela – December 1, 1969 to May 25, 1973
  • Rubén I. Sobrero – May 26, 1973 to March 24, 1976
  • Guillermo Stutzbach – March 24, 1976 to May 4, 1976
  • Gustavo Von Borowski – May 4, 1976 to May 19, 1976
  • Rodolfo Durrie – May 19, 1976 to June 22, 1977
  • Laurentino A. Otaduy – June 22, 1977 to December 11, 1983
  • José Ernesto Piccone – December 11, 1983 to December 11, 1987
  • Humberto Maglione – December 12, 1987 to December 10, 1991
  • Manuel María Manín – December 10, 1991 to December 10, 1995
  • Juan Erriest – December 10, 1995 to December 10, 1999
  • Juan Erriest – December 10, 1999 to December 10, 2003
  • Gustavo Sobrero – December 10, 2003 to December 10, 2007

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