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Bossier City mayor, council members sworn in for new term

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BOSSIER CITY, La. -

Bossier City Mayor Lorenz "Lo" Walker along with some Bossier City council members were sworn into office Friday morning.

The ceremony took place at the Bossier Civic Center.

Each council member and the mayor were joined by their families while taking the oath.

Mayor Walker said even though it is a new term, he believes the next four years will be a lot like the last four.

“Five of the council members are returning as well as myself,” said Walker. “That continuity of having that type of leadership bodes well for the community.”

The mayor and city council were sworn in for a four-year term which officially begins Monday, July 1st.

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