After serving in the post of Deputy Mayor at the City Hall for a number of years, Patricia Chase-Green moments ago, was elected as the Mayor of Georgetown.
Chase-Green was the only nominee for this post. At the inaugural meeting of the new Council at City Hall today she was nominated by APNU+AFC councillor Oscar Clarke and seconded by his fellow councillor Alfred Mentore.
Chase-Green, a nurse, has been a City Councillor since 1994 and won the Constituency Twelve election on March 18 this year with a landslide victory against her opponents.
Meanwhile, the APNU+AFC councillor Sherod Duncan copped the spot for Deputy Mayor. The APNU+AFC now is in control of 25 seats on the newly-elected Council.