Nigg, Moore join Wildomar City Council again

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The Wildomar City Council meets via teleconference to address a series of issues and choose a mayor and mayor pro tem for 2021. Valley News/Courtesy photo
At the opening of the Wildomar City Council meeting, council members Bridgette Moore, District 4 and mayor pro tem, and Dustin Nigg, District 2 and mayor, were sworn in after the council voted to certify the Nov. 3 election results with a resolution. “It’s official, four more years,” Nigg, who ran unopposed, said. Moore, an incumbent who has served on the council since 2008, regained her seat by defeating challenger Kenneth “Kenny” Mayes. The council heard an update from the Lake Elsinore Unified School District about the district’s inability to apply for a waiver from the county and the district’s plan to reopen schools tentatively, Jan. 13. “Our goal, No. 1, still remains to bring students back to a hybrid cohort model when it’s safe for students it’s to r
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