WATCH: 3 Orlando city commissioners sworn in for new terms after winning re-election in November

ORLANDO, Fla. — Three Orlando City Commissioners were officially sworn into office Monday for four year terms on the Orlando City Council.


Mayor Buddy Dyer hosted a ceremony at City Hall for District One Commissioner Jim Gray, District Three Commissioner Robert Stuart, and District Five Commissioner Regina Hill.

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All three were re-elected in November and say they look forward to serving their constituents during a new term.

First elected to the Orlando City Council in 2006, Commissioner Stuart will be serving his fifth term.

Commissioner Gray was sworn into his fourth term while Commissioner Hill was sworn in for a third.

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The City of Orlando’s Charter requires City Commissioners to recite the oath, reaffirming their commitment to their duties, before entering office.

See the full ceremony below:

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