Collage:  Todd Latham, Pete Dell, Bill Fritsch and Rebecca Johnson Sworn In by Judge John McAdams

(Clockwise from top left):  At Monday's Sandwich City Council meeting, 23rd Circuit Associate Judge John McAdams swore in Mayor Todd Latham, City Treasurer Pete Dell, Second Ward alderwoman Rebecca Johnson and Third Ward Alderman Bill Fritsch.  Both Johnson and Fritsch are new to the council.  Dell is a former Third Ward alderman. (WSPYNews.com photos by James Wyman)

That was 23rd Circuit Associate Judge John McAdams swearing in Sandwich's new mayor, Todd Latham at Monday's regular city council meeting.

Latham made two appointments that were approved by voice votes at Monday's meeting.

Former Third Ward alderman Pete Dell, who did not run for re-election, was appointed City Treasurer, and long-time Sandwich resident Bill Fritsch was appointed to Dell's seat representing the Third Ward. There was no opposition.

Following Monday's meeting, Dell spoke about serving as City Treasurer.

Mayor Latham wants to upgrade the City Treasurer office, and Dell spoke about that.

Dell spent 22 and a half years working at the former Sandwich State Bank, he has been working at First Insurance since 2009.

New alderman Fritsch spoke about stepping forward to serve as alderman.

Fritsch is a 1972 graduate of Sandwich H.S. and he lives in his parents' house.

Second Ward alderwoman Rebecca Johnson says she is all about the city budget.

Also sworn in at Monday's meeting were incumbent City Clerk Denise II along with aldermen Bill Littlebrandt and Rick Whitecotton, who were appointed by former Mayor Rich Robinson.  All were unopposed in the April 6 election.

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