The city of Hueytown held its inauguration of the newly elected officials on Monday, November 2nd, at Brooklane Community Center. Mayor Steve Ware welcomed everyone. City Chaplain, Reverend Charles Winston gave the invocation. The Pledge Of Allegiance was presented by D.W.Segars Memorial American Legion Post 1228. The oath of office for Incumbent Mayor Steve Ware and Council members Incumbent Fran Zinnerman District #1, Incumbent Michael S. Pickens district # 2, newly-elected Chuck Hurliman District # 3 and Incumbent Jay W. Jacks District # 5 was administered by Judge Ken Moore. The oath of office for Council member newly-elected Anthony Q. Wright District # 4 was administered by Judge Patricia Stephens.
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