By Christopher Kim
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

City Council swear in newly elected councilmembers Duque and Allison

General election results finalized by the county

 

Last updated 11/24/2021 at 4:06pm

Screenshot from Nov. 23 council meeting

Melissa Duque raises her right hand for the swear-in oath via Zoom.

Results for the November 2021 General Election have been finalized by the county, and with it comes two newly elected Mill Creek City council members: Melissa Duque and Connie Allison.

Allison managed to secure Position 3 on the council with 2,620 votes, or 54.11% of the total against Benjamin Briles who held 2,212 votes, or 45.68% of the total.

Duque secured Council Position 6 by just 64 votes finishing with 2,454 votes, or 50.54% of the total against Adam Morgan with 2,390 votes or 49.22% of the total.

During the Nov. 23 meeting, the council swore in both Duque and Allison into their new...



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