Baull re-elected mayor in Dagsboro

Dagsboro town council members Theresa Ulrich and Pat Miller take the oath of office for two-year council terms.

DAGSBORO – Mayoral leadership in the town of Dagsboro remains unchanged.

Councilman Brian Baull was re-elected town mayor, drawing support from council colleagues Norwood Truitt, Pat Miller and Theresa Ulrich during council’s annual reorganization Monday night.

Brian Baull, right, is sworn in for another two-year term by Dagsboro’s town solicitor Rob Witsil. Looking on is town administrator Cindi Brought. Mr. Baull was re-elected mayor in council’s annual reorganization.

“I appreciate that and I would be happy to accept that as well,” said Mayor Baull on his mayoral nomination.

Councilman William Chandler was out of town and did not attend the meeting.

Also Monday night, Ms. Ulrich was elected vice-mayor. She will serve in Mayor Baull’s absence.

In other offices, Mr. Truitt was elected secretary/treasurer and Mr. Chandler was elected assistant secretary.

Prior to reorganization, Mr. Baull, Ms. Ulrich and Mr. Miller received the oath of office from Dagsboro town solicitor, attorney Rob Witsil.

All three council members were unopposed in the 2017 municipal election. Their two-year terms run through December of 2019.

Next December, council terms of Mr. Truitt and Mr. Chandler expire.

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