Francisco Adriano Caro
|Francisco Caro Rodríguez|
|8th Mayor of Pichilemu|
24 December 1925 – 22 May 1927
|Preceded by||Luis Barahona Fornés|
|Succeeded by||Evaristo Merino Canales de la Cerda|
San Antonio de Petrel, Pichilemu, Chile
Francisco Adriano Caro Rodríguez (born 1870) was the eighth mayor of the commune of Pichilemu, Chile, an office which he held between December 1925 and May 1927.
Caro Rodríguez was born in San Antonio de Petrel, Pichilemu, Chile. His parents were José María Caro Martínez, first mayor of Pichilemu, and Rita Rodríguez Acevedo; the couple had nine children, including Francisco Adriano and José María, who became the first Chilean Cardinal of the Catholic Church.
Caro Rodríguez was elected regidor of Pichilemu in 1906 for a three-year term, and was re-elected in 1912, 1918, 1921, and 1924. Following Luis Barahona Fornés' resignation as mayor of Pichilemu in 1925, the Pichilemu City Council elected Francisco Caro to complete his term, which lasted until May 1927.
Eleven days after he took office as mayor of Pichilemu, Caro Rodríguez represented the commune when Pichilemu railway station was inaugurated and the first train arrived, described as a "historically important event" by Washington Saldías of the Pichilemu News.
- Saldías, Washington (5 January 2012). "Primer tren de pasajeros a Pichilemu llegó hace 86 años: el 5 de enero 1926". Pichilemu News (in Spanish). Pichilemu, Chile.
- Saldías, Washington (2 August 2007). "Alcaldes, regidores y concejales de la comuna de Pichilemu". Pichilemu News (in Spanish). Pichilemu, Chile. Archived from the original on 22 March 2013.
- Saldías, Antonio (22 December 2006). "Cuarenta y un alcaldes en 115 años de vida comunal han pasado por el municipio pichilemino". Pichilemu News (in Spanish). Pichilemu, Chile. Archived from the original on 22 March 2013.
Luis Barahona Fornés
|Mayor of Pichilemu
Evaristo Merino Canales de la Cerda