Above / A City Council Orientation occurred at 3PM on Thurs., April 13, in the lower level at the Naperville Municipal Center to acquaint the newly-elected members with the City’s department leadership and how they connect. During a break between presentations by guest speakers, Mayor-Elect Scott Wehrli, center, joined City Council members Benny White, Paul Leong, Ian Holzhauer, Allison Longenbaugh*, Nathan Wilson*, Jennifer Bruzan Taylor, Patrick Kelly** and Josh McBroom* for a group photo. (**Recently reelected and *elected to assume duties on April 30.)
Naperville City Council Inauguration – 1PM Sunday, April 30, 2023
Agenda (Posted April 29, 2023) Updated Inauguration Photos (May 1, 2023)
A. CALL TO ORDER:
B. ROLL CALL:
C. PRESENTATION OF COLORS:
D. PLEDGE TO THE FLAG:
E. PUBLIC FORUM:
F. REMARKS BY MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS:
G. ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE:
H. SWEARING IN OF MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Mayor Scott Wehrli takes the oath of office from Judge Don Hennessy to begin his first term of elected public service to the City of Naperville.
Councilman Patrick Kelly takes the oath of office from Judge Bonnie Wheaton to begin his second four-year term.
Councilwoman Allison Longenbaugh takes the oath of office from Judge John Anderson to begin her first four-year term.
Councilman Josh McBroom takes the oath of office from Judge Jim McCluskey to begin his first four-year term.
Councilman Nathan Wilson takes the oath of office from Judge Jim McCluskey to begin his first four-year term.
I. CALL TO ORDER:
J. ROLL CALL:
K. REMARKS BY MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Click here to watch the one-hour video of the inauguration saved in the City’s archive of past meetings. (Councilman Paul HInterlong’s farewell is classic about :6:43 into the video.)
Next City Council Meeting is 7PM Tues., May 2, 2023
Regularly scheduled City Council meetings begin at 7PM on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. The next meeting is May 2, 2023, in Council Chambers, located in the Naperville Municipal Building, 400 S. Eagle Street.
Thanks to all elected officials and recent candidates who aim to take this City in thoughtful direction by tackling the challenges that will unite this community. Thanks, too, to all voters who took time to know the issues, meet and greet the candidates, and cast important votes. It’s up to all resident voters to pay attention.
Thanks for following your Naperville City Council and all governing bodies that set public policy and approve budgets. Recently-elected members of he Naperville Park District Board of Commissioners as well as the School District 203 and School District 204 Boards of Education will take their oaths of office at regular meetings in May.
Post Last Updated, May 1, 2023