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By Kristina Pritchett
Dana Point City Council will swear in the two newest members next Wednesday, Dec. 14, during a special meeting.
Debra Lewis and Paul Wyatt received the most votes during the Nov. 8 election and will replace Carlos Olvera and Scott Schoeffel.
During the Dec. 6 meeting, Acting City Manager Mike Killebrew told Council members the election results were certified by the Registrar of Voters earlier in the day.
The Council will also vote to determinate who will be the mayor and mayor pro-tem for the upcoming year.
The meeting will take place in Council Chambers at 6 p.m.