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ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL TRANSITION TO TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, DEC. 11 In-coming Council members Brandman and Kring to take Oaths of Office
ANAHEIM, CA - (December 10, 2012) -

City of Anaheim Council members-elect Jordan Brandman and Lucille Kring will take their Oaths of Office at the Tuesday, Dec. 11 Anaheim City Council meeting, to be held at the Downtown Anaheim Community Center at 5 p.m. 


 


Preceding the oath ceremony, the Dec. 11 meeting will begin at 4 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of City Hall.  The meeting will open with public comments, followed by City Council action to certify the results of the City’s Nov. 6 general election.  This meeting will also mark the final official vote of Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu and Councilmember Lorri Galloway, who have both served Anaheim for two consecutive, four year terms. 


 


At the conclusion of the oath ceremony, a brief reception will be held in the lobby of the Downtown Anaheim Community Center, as Brandman and Kring join Mayor Tom Tait and Council members Gail Eastman and Kris Murray as your new Anaheim City Council.


 


Anaheim City Hall is located at 200 S. Anaheim Blvd.  The Downtown Anaheim Community Center is located at 250 E. Center St.  Public parking will be available in the parking structure behind City Hall (accessible off Broadway), or at the red brick parking structure across the street from the Downtown Community Center on Center Street.  Parking is free.


 


For more information please visit www.anaheim.net.


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