Both votes were 5 to 1 with newcomer Richard Booker, R-Ward 2, dissenting and Don Curley, R-Ward 6 absent.
Schaefer and Curley were sworn in, as each was re-elected in November. Booker was elected to the Second Ward seat in November.
Schaefer said her goal for 2014 is to continue run meetings "with an air of respect and civility," but "I think we all would like to see us improve the length of some of our longer meetings. After 11 p.m. the quality of our debate starts to plummet."
She said Radnor is starting the year in a "very good" financial and operational position. She acknowledged the good work of the management and non-management staff.
The latter "have…really risen to the occasion of all the transitions we have had for the last three years just wonderfully and we all appreciate it.... They continue to be the best municipal staff…probably in this state."