2020 Oath of Office Ceremony

County Commissioners at the Orange County Convention Center. It was a socially distanced event with a little over 70 guests in attendance.

District 1 Commissioner Nicole H. Wilson was sworn in for her first term as an elected official. District 3 Commissioner Mayra Uribe and District 5 Commissioner Emily Bonilla were also sworn in and took the oath of office after being re-elected to their districts.

“I welcome our newcomer to the Board Commissioner Wilson and look forward to continuing to work with the veteran members of our Board, Commissioners Uribe and Bonilla,” said Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings. “All of these Commissioners are wholeheartedly dedicated to do the work of the people. They put their heart into their work and have a commitment to public service. We are proud to have them as local leaders.”

Close family and friends of the Commissioners along with other public officials attended the ceremony, which was broadcast live on Orange TV.

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