Commissioners swear their oaths

Staff Report
Posted 1/18/21

The 2021 Adams County Commissioners were seated Jan. 12 in a sparse and socially-distanced inauguration ceremony at the county building in Brighton. Commissioners Chaz Tedesco and Eva Henry were …

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Commissioners swear their oaths

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The 2021 Adams County Commissioners were seated Jan. 12 in a sparse and socially-distanced inauguration ceremony at the county building in Brighton.

Commissioners Chaz Tedesco and Eva Henry were re-elected in November and began their final four-year term. Both commissioners have reached their term limits.

They were joined by Lynn Baca, who begins her first term in the seat.

The three join sitting commissioners Emma Pinter and Steve O’Dorisio.

Newly elected 17th Judicial District Attorney Brian Mason also took his oath of office at the ceremony. The 17th district includes Adams and Broomfield counties.

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