AG to Swear In Barrington Officials
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin will swear in the Barrington Town Council, School Committee and Moderator at the organizational meeting on Monday evening, Dec. 3.
One new town councilor and one new school committee member will be among the Barrington officials sworn in on Monday night, Dec. 3, at the Town Council organizational meeting in Town Hall.
The meeting starts at 8 pm in the Council Chamber. Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin will swear in the town officials.
Democrat Ann Strong, a former member of the Planning Board, will join Democrats June Speakman, the council president; Kate Weymouth, and Cynthia Coyne and Republican Bill DeWitt on the council. Strong replaces Democrat Jeff Brenner, who did not seek re-election.
Democrat Paula Dominguez will replace Republican Christopher Ramsden on the School Committee, which will shift the power on the school board back to the Democrats. Dominguez will join Democrats Robert Shea Jr. and Kate Brody and Republicans Patrick Guida, the School Committee chairman, and Scott Fuller, the vice-chairman, on the school board.
Moderator Julia Califano will be sworn in for her third term as the official who presides over the annual Financial Town Meeting each May. She ran unopposed for re-election.