Mount Pleasant Trustees Anna Marie Clausen, Gary Feest and Rick McCluskey were sworn in Tuesday by Municipal Judge Michael Phegley and Circuit Court Judge Timothy Boyle.

Clausen and McCluskey are newcomers to the village board, and Feest is beginning his third term.

After board members took and then signed their oaths of office, Village President Mark Gleason said he invites local judges to participate because public service is worth celebrating.

“Getting sworn in is important, and we should recognize that and celebrate it,” he said.

Former Trustee Don Schulz took his place on the dais during the swearing in, and participated in the balance of the meeting. Former Trustee Jerry Garski was not present.

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