WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2) – Former State Representative Lori Stone was sworn in as the new mayor of Warren on Monday.
The lifelong resident, Stone grew up there and worked as a teacher before being elected a state representative. Now, she’ll serve as mayor – and make history doing it.
For the first time in 16 years, Warren has a new mayor and its first woman mayor ever at 43 years old, she’s full of energy and excitement for the job and for the people.
“Listening to residents,” she said. “So our community can expect more town halls, round tables, and the opportunity to weigh in on issues that are important to them, whether it is public safety, environmental policy, or Parks and Recreation.”
Mayor Stone, the former school teacher and state representative, has strong support based on the standing-room-only crowd that gathered to witness her swearing in, she’s going to work for everybody.
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