Former Craigavon Mayor Carla Lockhart has been elected as vice chair of the new Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Statutory Transition Committee.
The body was set up to oversee the amalgamation of the three councils come 2015.
The DUP has four other representatives on the committee including Cllr Alan Carson from Craigavon Council and Cllr William Irwin from Armagh. Also Cllr Junior McCrum and Cllr Paul Rankin from Banbridge Council.
The Ulster Unionist Party has five representatives, just one from Craigavon Council Arnold Hatch. His colleague from Armagh Councillor Jim Speers was elected as chairman.
UUP councillors Carol Black, Joan Baird and John Hanna from Banbridge Council are also on the committee
The UUP were entitled to six representatives but gifted one position to former DUP Armagh Cllr Paul Berry.
Sinn Fein has three representatives Cllr Paul Duffy and Cllr Gemma McKenna from Craigavon Council and Cllr Roy McCartney from Armagh.
The SDLP has one representative, Cllr Thomas O’Hanlon from Armagh.