Bainbridge councilmembers take the oath | Photo gallery

Four members of the Bainbridge Island City Council — two new ones, and two incumbents — took the oath of office at the first council meeting of 2020 on Tuesday.

Bainbridge Island Municipal Court Judge Sara McCulloch administered the oath to Councilwoman Kirsten Hytopoulos, Councilman Kol Medina, Councilwoman Leslie Schneider, and Councilman Michael Pollock.

Hytopoulos and Pollock are the newcomers to the council (though both served terms years ago), while Medina and Schneider were both incumbents during the 2019 Election.

The Review’s Brian Kelly was there, and has photos of the ceremony to share.

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