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Gaithersburg Mayor and Council sworn in

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GAITHERSBURG – The winners of last Tuesday’s municipal election were sworn into office Monday night as Gaithersburg’s Mayor Jud Ashman and City Council members Michael Sesma and Laurie-Anne Sayles took their oaths of office during a special session held in the council chambers.

After a representative of the Montgomery County Board of Election Supervisors presented the officially-certified results from last week’s election, Ashman, the winner of last week’s mayoral election, took the oath administered by Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk Barbara Mieklejohn.

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Extremely light turnout in Gaithersburg as Monroe is unseated

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Gaithersburg Govt logoGAITHERSBURG — Shortly after 9:30 on Tuesday night, Gaithersburg’s Board of Supervisors of Elections announced the winners of the City’s election for Mayor and two members of the five-person City Council.

3,282 voters, or 9.29 percent of the city’s registered voters, cast ballots in the election, a slight decrease from the 2015 election, when voter turnout was 11.09 percent.

Mayor Jud Ashman and Council members Laurie-Anne Sayles and Michael A. Sesma will be sworn in at City Hall next Monday.

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Never too early to talk snow

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GAITHERSBURG – It may be late spring, but city staffers are already planning for winter.

During a Monday night work session at City Hall, three city staffers presented Mayor Jud Ashman and the City Council with recommendations to improve the city's services during future snow events.

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Gaithersburg residents decry parking

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GAITHERSBURG – Several Saybrooke residents on Tuesday demanded the mayor and City Council take action in response to people leaving their cars parked on public streets for days, which they say is hurting their quality of life.

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Newcomer Bell-Zuccarelli seeks Gaithersburg mayoralty

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GAITHERSBURG – While two of the candidates for Gaithersburg mayor in this fall’s election –incumbent Mayor Jud Ashman and Council member Henry Marraffa – have many years of experience with the city government, the third is an outsider who is running to make the city more transparent and responsive.

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