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Woodbine Swearing-in Ceremony Scheduled for Jan. 2

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WOODBINE – Mayor William Pikolycky has announced that the Borough of Woodbine will hold its 2020 swearing-in during the scheduled Borough Council meeting Jan. 2, 7:30 p.m., at the Woodbine Municipal Building, 501 Washington Avenue.
According to a release, Councilman Eduardo Ortiz will be sworn in for his ninth term by Sen. Michael Testa (R-1st).
Councilwoman Mary Helen Perez will be sworn in for her fourth term by Woodbine Solicitor Richard Tonetta.
The mayor will deliver his annual State of the Borough address following the oath ceremonies.
The ceremony is open to the public; all are invited.
“I congratulate our two returning council members on their reelections and look forward to further working with them as we build upon our ongoing initiatives and projects to improve our borough and to secure funding to assist with the health, safety, welfare of its residents while reducing their tax burden,” noted Pikolycky.

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