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New 4th Ward Councilman Montravias King (left), shown with his parents Mary Best and Donnell Best, is sworn in for a two-year term by Superior Court Judge J.C. Cole (right) during a City Council meeting, Monday night. King, an Elizabeth City State University senior, won election to a council seat in October.
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New 4th Ward Councilman Montravias King (left), shown with his parents Mary Best and Donnell Best, is sworn in for a two-year term by Superior Court Judge J.C. Cole (right) during a City Council meeting, Monday night. King, an Elizabeth City State University senior, won election to a council seat in October.

New council sworn in; Hummer picked pro tem

“I hope our citizens will note that our new council voted in unity and I have a very strong feeling that’s how we’re going to move the city forward: in unity.”


Annita Hummer
Newly appointed mayor pro tem

By JON HAWLEY

The Daily Advance

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After brief discussion, Elizabeth City city councilors took their oaths of office Monday and unanimously selected Anita Hummer as council’s new mayor pro tem.

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