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City’s 111th government officially seated; mayor, in inaugural address, vows to meet challenges to ‘move Nashua forward’

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jan 10, 2022
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) In her capacity as chairwoman of the aldermanic Inauguration Committee, longtime Ward 7 alderwoman June Caron, who chose not to seek reelection in November, welcomed members of the audience to Sunday's inauguration of the city's 111th government.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) City corporation counsel Steve Bolton administers the oath of office to Alderwoman-at-Large Lori Wilshire, who was reelected president of the board at Sunday's inauguration of the city's 111th government.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Incumbent Alderwoman-at-Large Shoshanna Kelly, left, is joined by newcomers Melbourne Moran Jr. and Gloria Timmons as they take the oath of office at Sunday's inauguration of the city's 111th government.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) City corporation counsel Steve Bolton administers the oath of office to the ward aldermen and alderwomen of the 111th city government at Sunday's inauguration program.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) The four winners of the 11-person Board of Education race are sworn in at Sunday's inauguration of the 111th city government. From front are Heather Raymond, the incumbent; and newcomers Regan Lamphier, Christina Darling and Neil Claffey.
(Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) City corporation counsel Steve Bolton administers the oath of office to Alderwoman-at-Large Lori Wilshire, who was reelected president of the board at Sunday's inauguration of the city's 111th government.

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