Supervisors named an interim county administrator and made a couple of significant housing decisions this week.
On Tuesday, William C. Porter was named interim county administrator; he will take over for Bryan Hill, whose last day is Jan. 1.
“It’s an unbelievable honor to be the interim administrator. I’m excited to work with the board of supervisors and staff. I think James City County is one of the best local governments in the state if not the best,” Porter said.
The board also approved a request to expand Williamsburg Landing and denied a proposal to add 81 homes to Ford’s Colony.
Interim county administrator
Porter’s term begins Jan. 2. He previously...
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