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Week of inaugurations kicking off today

Historic firsts to be recognized throughout area

Schenectady City Council member Marion Porterfield, left, speaks to supporters at the Hibernian Hall after winning a four-year term on Election Night, along with John Mootooveren, center, and Carl E. Erickson, II, right. All three will be sworn in on New Year's Day.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Schenectady City Council member Marion Porterfield, left, speaks to supporters at the Hibernian Hall after winning a four-year term on Election Night, along with John Mootooveren, center, and Carl E. Erickson, II, right. All three will be sworn in on New Year's Day.
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A handful of firsts will occur this week around the Capital Region. At the start of the New Year, the first female mayor of Albany will be sworn in, Saratoga County’s first new sheriff in more than 40 years will take office, the first-ever Guyanese-American will begin a term on Schenectady’s City Council and Montgomery County will begin its first year under a new form of government. Albany is going to kick off a year ...


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