Newly elected members of the Honolulu City Council were sworn in to office Friday.
One of them, Trevor Ozawa, won his seat in a run-off back in November against challenger Tommy Waters, defeating him by only 41 votes. Ozawa will represent Hawaii Kai, Kaimuki and Waikiki.
Brandon Elefante, a legislative aide to former council member Breene Harimoto, takes over his seat, representing Aiea, Pearl City and Waipahu. (Harimoto ran for, and won, the State Senate seat vacated by now-Governor David Ige.)
Council chair Ernie Martin and Carol Fukunaga were also sworn in, as they were re-elected to their seats.
The remainder of the City Council consists of Ikaika Anderson, Ann Kobayashi, Joey Manahan, Ron Menor and Kymberly Marcos Pine.