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Wei-Tai Kwok Appointed to Serve on Lafayette City Council

by ECT

The Lafayette City Council has appointed Wei-Tai Kwok to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Councilmember Cameron Burks.

The City Council selected Kwok at a special meeting on August 24, 2021 by a vote of three to one, and he was sworn in at the online meeting. Kwok will serve on the City Council until the next regularly scheduled municipal election, which will be in November 2022.

Wei-Tai Kwok is a self-employed Community Climate Solutions advocate. A 19-year resident of Lafayette, Kwok currently serves on the city’s Environmental Task Force and is an active member of the Community Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee. Kwok is also past president of Sustainable Lafayette, a grassroots nonprofit that is focused on creating a healthy sustainable future.

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Jane Meadows Aug 27, 2021 - 1:31 pm

Where are the Joe Smiths and George Hamilton? Why appoint some Korean to the post? Where are the Americans? How about appointing someone with a name one can pronounce?

Sandra Hawkins Aug 31, 2021 - 3:04 pm

People seem to forget that according to the FOUNDING FATHERS, this country was discovered by EUROPEANS for EUROPEANS . . and this was made very clear. What happened? I brought this up in my US history class in high school (5 years ago) and everyone was silent and the teacher didn’t know what to say.

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