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Posted on: December 30, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Limited Attendance for Swearing In Ceremony January 1, 2022

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GLENS FALLS – As Covid cases continue to spike to record levels in Warren County fueled by the highly contagious Omicron variant, Glens Falls Mayor-elect S. William Collins has made the difficult decision to limit attendance at the Saturday, January 1, swearing-in ceremony and organizational Common Council meeting.


“We were really hoping that we could have a public ceremony where anyone who wished to could attend,” Mayor-elect Collins said. “But the health and safety of all must be our first priority and with Covid running rampant, I decided it wasn’t wise to assemble a large crowd indoors for this ceremony.”


Only the Mayor and Common Council members being sworn in and their families may attend in-person. All others may watch the proceedings on the City’s YouTube channel:


The planned reception that was open to the public immediately following the ceremony has been cancelled.


Mayor-elect Collins anticipates having a more public swearing-in event when Covid cases wane and conditions are safer. 


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