Same faces, different seats for SB council

Joe Kellejian, Dave Roberts, and Lesa Heebner and were sworn in for another four years on the Solana Beach City Council on Dec. 10. The three incumbents were not challenged in the 2008 council election, which was subsequently canceled as permitted by state law. This was the second time Heebner and Roberts took the oath of office and the fourth for Kellejian. The council members will serve through 2012. The council also appointed Mike Nichols as mayor and Tom Campbell as deputy mayor for the next year.

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  3. Solana Beach City Council to receive a pay raise
  4. Hueso selected new SD city council president
  5. City Council – Big work, little pay

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