Mayor Booker to be sworn in for a second term tomorrow
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Mayor Booker to be sworn in for a second term tomorrow

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June 30, 2010, 5:53 pm
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Mayor Booker is the third person to govern the City of Newark since 1970. Booker Administration will remain committed to making Newark a national model for urban transformation
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Newark, NJ – June 30 2010 – Mayor Cory A. Booker will be sworn in for a second term during an Inaugural Ceremony which will take place on Thursday, July 1, at noon at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center located at 1 Center Street.

Elected with a clear mandate for change, Mayor Booker has begun work on realizing a bold vision for the city. Newark’s mission is to set a national standard for urban transformation by marshalling its resources to achieve security, economic abundance and an environment that is nurturing and empowering for individuals and families. Mayor Booker is the third person to govern the city since 1970 and was re-elected to a second term on May 11, 2010 after a sweeping electoral victory.

Additional information for Media Only:

* There will be press availability with Mayor Booker immediately after the inauguration ceremony in the Parsonnet Room.

* Media must RSVP to the Newark Press Information Office at (973) 733-8004 or via email to pressoffice@ci.newark.nj.us.

* Valid media credentials are required. If you do not have media credentials, please contact the Newark Press Information Office.

* Media parking will be in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Arrival Court on Center Street. 

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For more information on the City of Newark, please visit our website at www.ci.newark.nj.us

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Mayor Booker to be sworn in for a second term tomorrow
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Source: Joao Vianna
Wednesday 30 June 2010