Former Mayor Nutter Joins Homeland Security Advisory Council

Former Mayor Michael Nutter is continuing his career in public service with a new national role.

Three weeks after his two-term mayoral run came to an end, Nutter was sworn in Friday to the Homeland Security Advisory Council, a federal committee that provides the Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson with independent recommendations on homeland security issues, according to a Friday announcement from the Department of Homeland Security.

Nutter, who was Philadelphia's leader for eight years before current Mayor Jim Kenney took over on Jan. 4, was one of two members sworn in Friday. For more on the story, go to

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