The Herndon Town Council has unanimously voted in favor of naming Cesar del Aguila as vice mayor for the 2021-2022 term.
The resolution passed unanimously. As a matter of tradition, the council member who receives the most number of votes during the Nov. 3 election is given the position.
He won the election with 13.69 percent while incumbent Pradip Dhakal trailed with 13.48 percent of the total vote, according to election results.
Del Aguila is serving his second term on the council. In the past, he has served on the town’s pedestrian and bicycle committee and the interview subcommittee.
The council member was also the town’s representative to the Dulles Area Transportation Association and the Phase II Dulles Rail Transportation Improvement District Commission Board.
Del Aguila also held several sales positions, including regional vice president of sales at Conga. He also serves as a volunteer certified reserve deputy sheriff with the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office.
He has lived in Herndon since 2007.