With King’s Decree 9/21 April of 1835, the municipality of Arini was
established with Tsorvatzi as a capital. In the following years, the seat of
the municipality of Arini was Tsorvatzi. Until 1881, the following persons
served as Mayors, with Misichronis family being the most prominent one:
Misichronis (brigadier) and dignitary of the village,
Misichronis, son of Fotis, from Tsorvatzi
Misichronis, son of Fotis, from Tsorvatzi,
Mpampis, from Tsorvatzi
Panagiotopoulos, from Tsorvatzi,
persons served as deputy mayors:
Papadimas, from Alvaena
Drivalos, from Alvaena
Grammatikos, from Bischini
Sakelariou or Sinikis from Andritsaina was appointed from the beginning as
secretary of the municipality. He was son-in-law of Fotis Misichronis and he
was ordained priest of the village and was known under the name father Sinikis.
From 1881 to
1912, when the seat of the municipality of Arini was definitely transferred to
Zacharo, the mayors had been from Zacharo and were the following ones:
Panayiotis Daikos, Agisilaos Mousamas, Ioannis A. Tsironis, Aristogiton G.
Agriopoulos, Georgios K. Spiliopoulos, Konstantinos I. Karapanayiotis and
Ioannis K. Spiliopoulos.
that Tsorvatzi (Arini) was acknowledged as a self-existent Community, the
following men from Arini served until today as presidents and councilors in
alphabetical order: PRESIDENTS
Thanasis son of A.
Christodoulopoulos Christodoulos SECRETARIES
Konstantinos from Milea
Flessa Iliopoulou Ioanna from Anilio