All current councilmembers, as well as Mayor Robert Garcia, who were up for election in April won a second term, either by virtue of having no opponents, garnering more than 50 percent of the vote in April, or winning runoffs against challengers in the June primary.
The city’s three other citywide officerholders—Auditor Laura Doud, Attorney Charles Parkin and Prosecutor Doug Haubert—also faced no challengers, and were appointed to new terms in January.
The inauguration is slated for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Terrace Theater Plaza.
Here’s an overview:
Tuesday night, the mayor, five councilmembers and three citywide officerholders will be sworn in at the Terrace Theater.
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