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State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently gave the oath of office to the mayor and council members from Brooklyn Heights, Ohio.


Representative Anielski swore in Mayor Mike Procuk, Councilman Matt Walsh, and Councilman John Black during the first council meeting of the year on January 7th. Mayor Procuk has served as mayor since his first election in 2000. Councilman Walsh is currently serving as chair of the Finance Committee and has served on Council since 2011. Councilman Black is currently serving as the council president pro tem and has served on Council since 2003.


“I am honored to have had the opportunity to give the oath of office to Mayor Procuk, Councilman Walsh, and Councilman Black,” Rep Anielski said. “As a member of a neighboring community and as a past local official, I understand the challenges and opportunities local municipalities face today, and I am in Columbus to assist in making Ohio even more successful.”


“In working directly with Rep. Anielski when she was a mayor, I was pleased to have her return to her roots and give us the oath of office ,” Mayor Procuk said. “She has not forgotten where her local government career began.”

 
 
 
  
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