Clinton councillors David Park

Clinton Council members sworn in

Clinton council members took their seats around the table after being acclaimed in the Nov. 15 election.

  • Dec. 3, 2014 5:00 p.m.

by Susan Swan

Approximately 20 people attended the Special Inaugural Meeting of the Village of Clinton Council on Monday, Dec. 1 in the Clinton Memorial Hall.

Chief Election Officer/CAO Tom Dall heard the Oath of Office from Mayor-elect  Jim Rivett and Councillors-elect Wayne Marchant, Diana Guerin, Susan Swan and David Park. All were elected by acclamation in the Nov. 15 election.

Mayor Rivett then gave a Power Point presentation of accomplishments over the past three years, plans for the coming years and challenges facing Council. Each member of Council gave a brief speech before fielding questions from the public.

The Mayor and Councillors all thanked the residents of Clinton for giving them the opportunity to continue with the work they have been doing on behalf of the Village for the next four years.

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