Archive for Tag Archives: ' City Council'

Debate over housing continues

Debate over housing continues

Posted On: April 26, 2016

Some of the primary issues in the City of Williamsburg’s City Council Elections, which will be held May [...]

City Council candidates focus on retaining College graduates

City Council candidates focus on retaining College graduates

Posted On: April 26, 2016

For real estate owner and life-long resident Greg Granger, the City of Williamsburg needs “absolutely, absolutely without hesitation” [...]

Letter to the Editor: The student interest in City Council

Letter to the Editor: The student interest in City Council

Posted On: April 25, 2016

William and Mary students are a motivated collective, driven by a desire for action and a thirst for positive change. [...]

Letter to the Editor: An endorsement for Zhang

Letter to the Editor: An endorsement for Zhang

Posted On: April 25, 2016

Zhang embodies the mutual respect between city and college It is with excitement that I write to The Flat Hat regarding [...]

Letter to the Editor: A vote for Benny to solidify historic gains

Letter to the Editor: A vote for Benny to solidify historic gains

Posted On: April 25, 2016

At the strong risk of being an oldster telling youngsters about how hard it was back in the [...]

Common issues link City Council candidates’ platforms

Common issues link City Council candidates’ platforms

Posted On: April 19, 2016

With only two weeks until the May 3 Williamsburg City Council Elections, the five candidates are in full [...]

City Council Endorsement: Barb Ramsey

City Council Endorsement: Barb Ramsey

Posted On: April 18, 2016

To the Editor: April 15, 2016 There are several excellent candidates for city council this time around but [...]

Letter to the Editor: Williamsburg city council endorsement

Letter to the Editor: Williamsburg city council endorsement

Posted On: March 28, 2016

The City of Williamsburg faces an important election May 3. As a community with a diverse population, City Council must balance everyone’s interests. Understanding [...]

Mayor facing assault charges

Mayor facing assault charges

Posted On: March 15, 2016

Long-time Williamsburg resident and landlord Gary Shelly ’72 charged Williamsburg mayor Clyde Haulman for assault and battery in [...]

Mayor Haulman: End of an era

Mayor Haulman: End of an era

Posted On: March 15, 2016

When economics professor Clyde Haulman first arrived in Williamsburg in the fall of 1969, cars still meandered through [...]