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CONTRIBUTED PHOTONorthampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock, right, administers the oath of office to councilmen beginning new terms at the Jan. 2 reorganization meeting. From left are Anthony Lopsonzski Jr., Keith Piescienski, Robert McHale and Tony Pristash. CONTRIBUTED PHOTONorthampton Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock, right, administers the oath of office to councilmen beginning new terms at the Jan. 2 reorganization meeting. From left are Anthony Lopsonzski Jr., Keith Piescienski, Robert McHale and Tony Pristash.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOThirteen volunteer firefighters are sworn in at the Northampton Borough reorganization meeting Jan. 2. Mayor Thomas Reenock administered the oath. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOThirteen volunteer firefighters are sworn in at the Northampton Borough reorganization meeting Jan. 2. Mayor Thomas Reenock administered the oath.
PRESS PHOTO BY LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKIFrom left, standing, are Councilpersons Anthony Lopsonzski Sr., Julia “Judy” Kutzler and Edward Pany, Vice President Keith Piescienski, Councilman Robert McHale and Solicitor Steven Goudsouzian; and seated are Councilman Tony Pristash, borough secretary Meaghan Case, borough Manager LeRoy Brobst, President Anthony Lopsonzski Jr., Councilman Kenneth Hall and Mayor PRESS PHOTO BY LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKIFrom left, standing, are Councilpersons Anthony Lopsonzski Sr., Julia “Judy” Kutzler and Edward Pany, Vice President Keith Piescienski, Councilman Robert McHale and Solicitor Steven Goudsouzian; and seated are Councilman Tony Pristash, borough secretary Meaghan Case, borough Manager LeRoy Brobst, President Anthony Lopsonzski Jr., Councilman Kenneth Hall and Mayor

Borough council, emergency personnel take oath

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 by LINDA WOJCIECHOWSKI Special to The Press in Local News

Newly re-elected Northampton Borough Council members took the oath of office at the Jan. 2 reorganization meeting at the borough municipal building. Also sworn in were Northampton Fire Department volunteer firefighters.

Borough Mayor Thomas Reenock administered the oath of office to Councilmen Anthony Lopsonzski Jr., Robert McHale, Keith Piescienski and Tony Pristash.

Also serving on the borough council are Edward Pany, Anthony Lopsonzski Sr., Julia “Judy” Kutzler and Kenneth Hall.

Council members voted to reappoint Lopsonzski Jr. as council president and Piescienski as vice president.

Fire department personnel were also sworn in. Wearing their dress uniforms, 13 volunteer firefighters took their oaths.

Serving as borough solicitor is Steven Goudsouzian.