LAKE WORTH — New City Commissioners Omari Hardy and Herman Robinson will be officially sworn in at City Hall on Tuesday, the city said.
The ceremony is scheduled for 5 p.m., with a reception to follow at 5:30 p.m.
The commission meeting starts at 6 p.m.
The city originally planned to have the swearing-in today, but that had to be changed due to a delay in the certified results coming from the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, the city said.
Hardy, 27, was elected to District 2, beating three-time incumbent Christopher McVoy, 59 and William Joseph, a 46-year-old private investigator.
Robinson, 71, won in District 4 over Maryann Polizzi, 59, a fundraising consultant and Ellie Whittey, 63, a former office manager and assistant for Mayor Pam Triolo.
Ryan Maier chose not to seek re-election in District 4.