Louisville Officials take oath of office

By Joseph McCain

The Winston County Journal

 

Louisville Municipal officials were officially sworn in Monday, July 1.

Monday was the day to celebrate the second inauguration of Louisville Mayor Will Hill and the start of successive terms for all five of the Louisville aldermen. Tuesday, July 2 would be the first meeting for the new term with all the board members returning.

About two dozen people attend the swearing in where Municipal Court Judge David Wilson presided and gave the oath of office.

Mayor Will Hill remarked that he and the board truly were for serving the citizens of the community and were for the betterment of city.

Several of the aldermen thanked the citizens for their faith in them and for allowing them to continue to serve.

“I’m looking forward to another 4 years of service,” said Alderman at large Frances Ball.

“I’m humbled to be able to serve the community,” said alderwoman Judy McLeod.

“”It is truly a calling,” said alderwoman Gwenita Mays.

The Noxapater Board of Alderman were set to meet Tuesday, July 2 and take their oath of office. Noxapater will have a new mayor and a new board member.

All the newly sworn in Louisville elected officials Alderwoman Judy McLeod, Alderwoman Gwenita Mays, Alderman Eugene Crosby, Mayor Will Hill, Adlerman Richard Caperton, Alderwoman Frances Ball, and City Clerk Babs Fulton.

All the newly sworn in Louisville elected officials Alderwoman Judy McLeod, Alderwoman Gwenita Mays, Alderman Eugene Crosby, Mayor Will Hill, Adlerman Richard Caperton, Alderwoman Frances Ball, and City Clerk Babs Fulton.