Johnson takes seat on Federal Way City Council

New councilman took oath of office at Tuesday’s meeting

  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 2:59pm
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King County Superior Court Judge LeRoy McCullough, far right, swears in Federal Way City Councilman Jesse Johnson during the City Council meeting on Tuesday night. In the November general election, Johnson defeated Bob Celski, who was appointed to the position No. 2 seat last January. Hoang Tran, who won the general election for position No. 4 to replace retiring Councilwoman Jeanne Burbidge, will take office at the Jan. 2 meeting. Heidi Sanders, the Mirror

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