ATLANTIC CITY — Frank Gilliam Jr., a city native and councilman at large, will officially become the resort’s mayor Monday.
The New Year’s Day swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for noon in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall.
Gilliam, a Democrat, will take the place of Republican Mayor Don Guardian, whom he defeated in the November election.
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Gilliam, 47, has said he wants to focus on the people of the city, promising to bring jobs, a family-friendly atmosphere and more stabilized finances. He called it a “new era” in Atlantic City.
Gilliam was elected a city councilman in 2009 and was re-elected to his at-large seat in 2013.
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Three councilmen-at-large also will be sworn in at Monday’s ceremony: incumbents George Tibbitt and Moisse “Mo” Delgado and newcomer Jeffree Fauntleroy II.
Delgado won a council seat in 2009 and was re-elected in 2013. Tibbitt was first elected to council in 2005 and was re-elected twice, in 2009 and 2013.
This will be 32-year-old Fauntleroy’s first term in office.