Huntsville Mayor, Two Council Members Take Oath Of Office

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Three top leaders of the City of Huntsville are now into their new terms as elected officials after taking their oaths of office Monday morning.
It was a cloudy and chilly morning, but still a crowd of dignitaries showed up to see Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Huntsville City Council President Will Culver and Councilman Dr. Richard Showers take their oaths of office.

The Aeolians of Oakwood University also presented an impressive rendition of "From Sea to Shining Sea."

Following their performance, Mayor Battle took the oath for his second term in office.  He was sworn in by retired Madison County Circuit Judge Joe Battle.

Will Culver serves District Five and was elected with no opposition.  He was sworn in by Judge Sybil Cleveland.

Dr. Richard Showers represents District One and is now in his seventh term.  He was sworn in by attorney Kimberly Battle.

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