Re-elected Piedmont City Council member Margaret Fujioka and new member Bob McBain will be sworn into office Tuesday during a ceremony at Piedmont Community Hall, 711 Highland Ave.
Following the ceremony, the newly constituted council will choose a mayor and vice mayor.
Fujioka and McBain were elected to the council in the Feb. 7 Piedmont Municipal Election.
A similar ceremony for newly elected Board of Education members Sarah Pearson, Rick Raushenbush (a re-elected incumbent) and Andrea Swenson will be held Feb. 29 at 4 p.m. in the Piedmont Unified School District administration office conference room.
For Mayor Dean Barbieri, this will be the last city council meeting in his official capacity. Barbieri served two terms on the council and thus was not eligible for re-election.
In one of its last actions Tuesday, the "old" city council is expected to approve extending a tolling agreement with the City of Oakland to March 26. The agreement gives Oakland more time to review the environmental impact report (EIR) on the Moraga Canyon (Blair Park) sports field project.
The project and a final EIR were approved by the Piedmont City Council in December. The same month, Oakland City Council members voted 8-0 to challenge the EIR in court if Piedmont did not agree to extend the deadline for filing a lawsuit.The deadline has already been extended twice.
Oakland officials have expressed concerns about the impact of the Blair Park project on traffic, public safety and hydrology.