Dewey-Humboldt swears in mayor, 3 newly-elected council members
Magistrate Catherine Kelley swore in newly elected or re-elected Dewey-Humboldt officials: Mayor Terry Nolan (2-year term) and council members John Dibbles, David Hiles and Mark McBrady (4-year terms) at its June 7 meeting.
Outgoing Mayor Len Marinaccio offered a big thanks to the entire town staff, and told the council, "At one time or another, I fought with all of you, I agreed with all of you. But your dedication trumps all that."
The new officials thanked the people who voted for them.
"The best part of government is doing as little as possible," said the new mayor, Terry Nolan. "Hopefully, we won't make any more rules in town."
The council also scheduled an executive meeting to discuss the employment, appointment, assignment and salary of Garrett Earls for the position of town manager. The public cannot attend executive meetings. The town has been without a town manager since March.
Nolan's election to mayor leaves his council seat vacant, and the council conducted interviews with six applicants in executive session on Monday and Tuesday of this week. The applicants are: Arlene Alen, Glenn Allen, Bob Greene, Jack Hamilton, Jeff Lobstein, and Dennis Repan.
The next regular council meeting is Tuesday, June 21, at 6:30 p.m.