Three Members Sworn In For New Terms On Century Town Council

January 8, 2019

Three members were sworn in to new terms on the Century Town Council Monday night.

Ben Boutwell returned to Council Seat 3 after defeating Amanuel Onell Dubose by a 3-2 margin during the general election.

Political newcomer James Smith won the seat currently held by longtime council member Gary Riley, who did not see reelection. In November, Smith defeated Mary Hudson Bourgeois for Council Seat 4.

Incumbent Sandra McMurray Jackson returned to Council Seat 5 without opposition.

Century council member serve four year terms.

Pictured: Century Town Clerk Kim Godwin swears in council members James Smith (top), Ben Boutwell (first below) and Sandra McMurray Jackson (bottom) Monday night. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Comments

2 Responses to “Three Members Sworn In For New Terms On Century Town Council”

  1. Willis on January 8th, 2019 5:49 pm

    Anyone wonder if the swearing-in ceremony was actually legal ??

  2. chris on January 8th, 2019 10:57 am

    No opposition = easier access to private loans.





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