WILLIAMSBURG — Candidates have begun to line up for what will be at least one open seat in May's City Council elections.
Incumbent Judy Knudson, a veteran of both the Williamsburg City Council and the James City County Board of Supervisors, said Tuesday she is not running for re-election.
"I think four times is enough to run for office," she said.
There could be more than one opening among the three seats up for election.
Mayor Clyde Haulman, who is out of town on business, said when reached Tuesday that he hasn't made up his mind about running again.
"I don't know yet," he said. "I hope to make my decision next week when I'm...