LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Four people with years of public service experience were sworn into their roles as Clark County commissioners Monday morning.
The ceremony was held outdoors amid the pandemic and ahead of the first public meeting of the new commission.
Two people were reelected to their seats in the November general election.
Commission Chair Marilyn Kirkpatrick retained control of District B while first term commissioner Michael Naft was elected for the first time to the District A seat Governor Steve Sisolak appointed him too.
Newcomers Ross Miller, elected to District C, and William McCurdy II, elected to District D, were sworn in minutes before casting their first votes as members of the commission.
In that meeting, the commission voted unanimously to keep Kirkpatrick as Chairperson of the Clark County Commission.
Each member will serve a four-year term.