1/18/2021 10:45:00 AM Three incumbents begin four-year terms
Jeremiah Oeltjen, left, re-elected to a second term as a councilperson on the Stewartville City Council, takes the oath of office for another four- term from Bill Schimmel Jr., city administrator, at City Hall on Tuesday evening, Jan. 12.
Three incumbents re-elected to the City Council in November took the oath of office as they began new four-year terms last week. Mayor Jimmie-John King, along with councilpersons Jeremiah Oeltjen and Brent Beyer, were all sworn in by Bill Schimmel Jr., city administrator, during the Council's first meeting of the new year last Tuesday, Jan. 12. The three all swore they support the constitutions of the United States and the state of Minnesota and said they will faithfully, justly and impartially discharge the duties of mayor and Council member to the best of their judgment and ability... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Jan. 19 Stewartville STAR.