You Are Cordially Invited to Mayor Frank Jackson's Fourth Inauguration Ceremony

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On January 2, Mayor Frank Jackson will take the oath of office and officially become the longest-serving Mayor in Cleveland's history. Everyone's invited to City Hall to attend the ceremony.

January 2 is a Tuesday. Things'll get underway at 10 a.m. After Jackson's swearing-in, there'll be some light refreshments and tours of the Mayor's office for those interested. In the invitation, the City said that parking will be free in the Willard Park Garage.



Jackson defeated Councilman Zack Reed in November and will now embark upon his unprecedented fourth four-year term. 

The City of Cleveland will livestream the ceremony as well, and folks are encouraged to follow #Jackson4thTerm on social media for all takes lukewarm and hotter.




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