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Posted on: January 9, 2024

City Council members, new Municipal Court Judge sworn in during first 2024 Council meeting

Spartanburg City Council 01-09-24

City Council members Meghan Smith, Rob Rain, and Ruth Littlejohn were sworn in for new terms representing districts 1, 2, and 3 respectively at Council's first meeting of 2024 on Monday. 

Council members Meghan Smith and Rob Rain were both sworn in for their second terms on City Council, each having been first elected to their seats in 2019. Council member Ruth Littlejohn was sworn in for her second full term as well, but began her tenure on Council in 2018 after winning a special election to finish the term of Rep. Rosalyn Henderson-Myers, who resigned from City Council after winning election to the South Carolina House of Representatives.

The City also welcomed a new Municipal Judge on Monday, swearing in the Hon. Jacqueline A. Moss to the position. Judge Moss comes to the City's Municipal Court from Spartanburg County, where she previously served as a Magistrate Judge, presiding in Spartanburg County Bond Court. Judge Moss is a graduate of Howard University School of Law.

For more from Monday’s City Council meeting, see the full video at this link.

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