A Vermont city has elected a woman to serve as mayor for the first time.
Thirty-three-year-old Kristine Lott was elected mayor of Winooski on Town Meeting Day. MyNBC5 reports Lott beat Eric Covey by 650-478 votes.
Lott joins a city council with a collective experience of just two years in city government to take on several large development projects. She says she is excited to move forward with better representation in city leadership.
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Lott says her first duty will be making sure development and growth in the city happens in a way that pleases Winooski residents.
Lott takes her oath of office Monday.