New faces on SV Council
SPRING VALLEY — It was a changing of the guard in Spring Valley Monday as the outgoing mayor and city aldermen welcomed and swore in the new generation.
“I would like to thank everyone in the city of Spring Valley for having me the last four years,” former Mayor Cliff Banks said.
Banks was replaced with former alderman Walt Marini, and aldermen Rick Fusinatto, Mike Richetta and Marini were replaced with Dave Pellegrini, Michael Herrmann and Mark Actis respectively. Alderman Chuck Hansen was re-elected to his seat.
Marini then brought some familiar faces back to the council with his appointments of Jim Andreoni as city attorney, replacing Tom Tonozzi, and engineering firm Chamlin and Associates as city engineering firm, replacing Jack Kusek of McClure and Associates.
Andreoni and Chamlin last filled their respective roles under former Mayor Jim Narczewski, who appointed them after he was sworn in May 2,2005. Both had previously served under Narczewski, but were replaced by former Mayor Joe Taliano when he defeated Narczewski in 2001. Taliano appointed McClure and Associates as city engineer and Ray Nolasco as city attorney..
Tonozzi swore in Spring Valley City Clerk Rebecca Hansen who then swore in the aldermen and city treasurer Jack Boroski. She then swore in Marini as mayor. Marini thanked Banks for his service and gave him, Fusinatto and Richetta plaques to commemorate their service.
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