Four Montgomery City Council members sworn into new terms of office
Four Montgomery City Council members were sworn into office for new four-year terms at the ceremony and reorganization meeting held on Dec. 6 at Montgomery City Hall. The City Council also elected the mayor and vice mayor to new two-year terms.
Council members Chris Dobrozsi (third term), Lynda Roesch (fifth term) and Ken Suer (fifth term) were re-elected on Nov. 7 and sworn in on Dec. 6 to serve on the Montgomery City Council, each for a four-year term. Council Member Lee Ann Bissmeyer was sworn into her first term after winning a seat on Council on Nov. 7.
The Honorable Beth A. Myers, of the First District of the Ohio Court of Appeals, swore in these four Council members requiring them to “uphold the constitution and laws of the United States and Ohio, the charter and laws of the City of Montgomery, and fairly and faithfully perform the duties of their office.”
The seven newly-seated Montgomery City Council members elected Chris Dobrozsi to serve as mayor for his second term and Lynda Roesch to serve as vice mayor for her second term. Both were sworn into their offices by The Honorable Kathleen Dobrozsi Romans of the Butler County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division. Judge Dobrozsi Romans is also the older sister of Mayor Dobrozsi.
The Honorable Beth A. Myers swears in (from left) Lee Ann Bissmeyer, Chris Dobrozsi, Ken Suer and Lynda Roesch into their terms of office on the Montgomery City Council.
Montgomery Mayor Chris Dobrozsi (left) and Montgomery Vice Mayor Lynda Roesch (right) were congratulated by Judge Kathleen Dobrozsi Romans of the Butler County Court of Common Pleas after they were sworn into their next two-year terms as mayor and vice mayor.