Signal Mountain Winners Take Office

Sunday, November 11, 2012 - by Judy Frank
Circuit Judge Marie Williams, right, swore in re-elected incumbents Annette Allen, Bill Lusk and Bill Wallace.
Circuit Judge Marie Williams, right, swore in re-elected incumbents Annette Allen, Bill Lusk and Bill Wallace.
The winners of the latest Signal Mountain town council race were sworn in Saturday before a small crowd of their friends and families.

They included three incumbents: Mayor Bill Lusk and council members Annette Allen and Bill Wallace.

The oaths of office were administered by Circuit Court Judge Marie Williams, amd city attorney Phil Noblett emceed the brief program.

The council will hold its first meeting since the election on Monday evening in City Hall.

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