New City Council to be Sworn-In on Sunday

On April 15, Peachtree Corners' mayor and six council members will officially be sworn into office - all in the community are invited to attend the historic event.

Sunday afternoon will be yet another milestone for Gwinnett County's newest city.

Peachtree Corners' newly elected mayor and six council members will be sworn-in in a special ceremony on Sunday, April 15 at 2 p.m. at the 's Hunnicutt Ballroom. All in the community are invited to attend.

Peachtree Corners' new city council:

  • Mike Mason, Mayor
  • Phil Sadd, Post 1 Council Member
  • Jay Lowe, Post 2 Council Member
  • Alex Wright, Post 3 Council Member
  • Jeanne Aulbach, Post 4 Council Member
  • Lorri Christopher, Post 5 Council Member
  • Weare Gratwick, Post 6 Council Member

“The swearing-in ceremony is really pivotal, representing the end of the campaign phase, which started several years ago, and the beginning of the city governance, which goes into the future," said mayor-elect Mike Mason.

"Everyone feels excited but also humbled to be given the responsibility of starting up the city. This is truly a historical day and I am grateful to be part of it.”

The program will begin with welcome remarks from Ms. Pat Bruschini, president of the (UPCCA) followed by an invocation by The Rev. Brian Ballard of .

The Opening Flag Ceremony and Pledge of Allegiance will be conducted by Boy Scout Troop 650 from .

Introductions of Special Guests will be done by Gwinnett County's District 2 Commissioner, Lynette Howard.

The Swearing-In Ceremony will be performed by The Honorable Warren P. Davis, Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge.

And following will be presentations by Ms. Pat Bruschini and remarks by The Honorable Mike Mason, Mayor of the City of Peachtree Corners.

The ceremonies will conclude with a closing flag ceremony by Boy Scout Troop 650.

The event is being sponsored by the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association (UPCCA).


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