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Oath of Office Ceremony at 2pm Sun., Jan. 2, 2011

Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton will preside at a joint Columbia-Adair County Oath of Office Ceremony on Sunday afternoon, January 2, 2011, at 2pmCT, at the Adair County Judicial Center, 201 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY.

The public is invited. All county officials, except Judge Melton, will take the traditional Kentucky oath of office for the offices they will assume at 12:01amCT, Monday, January 3, 2011.

City officials, including Mayor Mark D. Harris, the six members of the City Council, and City Clerk Sonya Roy will take part in the ceremonies, but they were officially sworn into office on Wednesday, December 29, 2011, and officially assumed the offices this morning, Saturday, January 1, 2011. The oath was administered by Mayor Patrick R. Bell.

In addition, many other county deputies and other appointed officials will take take part in the ceremonies.

This story was posted on 2011-01-01 18:37:09
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