Recently-elected officials to be sworn in

LOGAN – Beginning Tuesday night, newly-elected mayors and city council members from across Cache County will be sworn in at city meetings, officially starting their service.

Logan Mayor Craig Petersen, who chose not to seek a second term, will be replaced by Holly Daines. There are also two new council members in Logan – Amy Anderson and Jess Bradfield.

Bradfield said he is excited about becoming a part of the group.

“I think we have a mayor who really wants to bring community involvement back into the picture,” he said. “I think we have a great dynamic for a council that represents all sides of issues. They’ve already been helping me as far as understand complex issues that the council faces. I’m really excited to get in and involve the experts in the big things that we face, the library, downtown and economic development.”

Bradfield and Anderson are replacing Holly Daines and Eugene Needham in the council offices.

John Bailey will replace Lloyd Berentzen as North Logan’s new mayor Wednesday night.

“I think the thing I’m looking forward most to is working with the city council, the newly-elected council people as well as those that are continuing on,” Bailey said. “And just interacting with and getting to know better the citizens of North Logan and what their needs and interests are.”

Kristina Eck, who was elected to the Providence City Council in November, will be sworn in alongside new mayor John Drew and fellow council member Jeff Baldwin Tuesday night. Eck said she was thankful for the Providence citizens for their support.

“I’m looking forward to working with the new mayor, John Drew, and the rest of the council and city staff,” she said. “I’m looking forward to being involved in a better-informed community and I’m excited to be involved in the Parks and Recreation Program in Providence City.”

Eck said she is looking for citizens to be a part of an advisory committee, and that anyone interested should call her.

A list of the November election results in Cache County can be viewed <a href=”” target=”_blank”>here</a>.

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