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April 7, 2022 at 2:07 a.m.
With her hand on the Bible held by her father Ruben, new Trustee Juliana Alzate is sworn in by Rye Town Judge José Castaneda.
New Trustee John Allen takes the oath of office from Rye Town Judge José Castaneda. His 8-year-old daughter Samantha holds the Bible and his wife Jordan, 5-year-old daughter Ryan and parents John and Gloria Allen look on.
With his wife Roz holding the Bible and his 18-year-old daughter Keira by his side, Joe Carvin is sworn in as a new trustee by former Rye Town Councilman Bill Villanova.
Trustee Joan Grangenois-Thomas, accompanied by her daughter Kiah, shakes hands with Rye Town Judge José Castaneda after he swears her in for a second term.
Rye Town Judge Jeffrey Rednick administers the oath of office to new Trustee Phil Dorazio while his wife Nicole holds the Bible and looks on.
Trustee Bart Didden, accompanied by his wife Missy, takes the oath of office from former Port Chester Justice Peter Sisca at the start of his fourth three-year term.
Phil Dorazio signs his oath of office under the watchful eye of Village Clerk Janusz Richards Tuesday night in the Rye Town Courtroom. One year the Democratic trustees failed to sign their oath and special state legislation was required to keep them in office.
The newly reconstituted Port Chester Board of Trustees including the six new or re-elected trustees after their swearing in Tuesday night, Apr. 6 in the Rye Town Courtroom at 350 North Main St. They are, from left, Trustees Bart Didden, Phil Dorazio, Joan Grangenois-Thomas, Mayor Luis Marino, Trustees Juliana Alzate, John Allen and Joe Carvin. After a year with only six members, the board now has a full complement of seven, four of whom are brand new.