Hastings sworn in for second term


Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, right, was sworn in for his second four-year term Thursday by Hillsboro City Council President Lee Koogler. The mayor’s second term officially begins Jan. 1. Hastings was re-elected in November with 59.4 percent of the vote. Hastings, who is the subject of a citizen complaint alleging malfeasance and an ongoing criminal investigation looking into a $500 refund and the alleged improper use of a city dumpster, said he looks forward to refuting the charges and then focusing on continuing the city’s progress for the next four years.


Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, right, was sworn in for his second four-year term Thursday by Hillsboro City Council President Lee Koogler. The mayor’s second term officially begins Jan. 1. Hastings was re-elected in November with 59.4 percent of the vote. Hastings, who is the subject of a citizen complaint alleging malfeasance and an ongoing criminal investigation looking into a $500 refund and the alleged improper use of a city dumpster, said he looks forward to refuting the charges and then focusing on continuing the city’s progress for the next four years.

Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, right, was sworn in for his second four-year term Thursday by Hillsboro City Council President Lee Koogler. The mayor’s second term officially begins Jan. 1. Hastings was re-elected in November with 59.4 percent of the vote. Hastings, who is the subject of a citizen complaint alleging malfeasance and an ongoing criminal investigation looking into a $500 refund and the alleged improper use of a city dumpster, said he looks forward to refuting the charges and then focusing on continuing the city’s progress for the next four years.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Hastings-oath-12-31-15.jpgHillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, right, was sworn in for his second four-year term Thursday by Hillsboro City Council President Lee Koogler. The mayor’s second term officially begins Jan. 1. Hastings was re-elected in November with 59.4 percent of the vote. Hastings, who is the subject of a citizen complaint alleging malfeasance and an ongoing criminal investigation looking into a $500 refund and the alleged improper use of a city dumpster, said he looks forward to refuting the charges and then focusing on continuing the city’s progress for the next four years.
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