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$1.2 million waste water treatment upgrade needed

Williamsburg will have to increase its waste water treatment capacity in the Exit 11 area in order to accommodate planned development of a historical wagering and off-track betting facility off Penny Lane and an $8 million plus planned upgrade to the Kentucky Splash waterpark....
Posted On 19 Aug 2021

“Light up Williamsburg” shines bright on first weekend

The City of Williamsburg lit up Saturday for the start of the “Light up Williamsburg” event. “I am so proud of the way our folks in Williamsburg have responded to our “Light up Williamsburg” event,” said Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison. “I’ve never seen downtown more beautiful...

Williamsburg Mayor’s Race – Harrison: Has plans he’d like to see finished

Incumbent Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison is seeking his fourth consecutive full term in office because he has some unfinished business and some unmet long term goals he wants to complete before leaving office. Harrison has an easel in his office that has three categories on...
Posted On 30 Oct 2018

Harrison gets opponent in Williamsburg mayor race

Next year Williamsburg voters will have a choice on whom they want to elect as mayor. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 15 Nov 2017

Public invited to “Step It Up” for walk with Mayor Harrison

Local residents are being invited to get out and take a one-mile walk Saturday morning with Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison. Step It Up-Walk with the Mayor of Williamsburg is a free event that will start at 10 a.m. Saturday at Bill Woods Park. “The Step Up Program is...
Posted On 21 Sep 2016

Harrison appointed to Ky. 911 Services Board

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison to the Kentucky 911 Services Board. Bevin made Harrison’s appointment to the 911 Services Board Friday afternoon along the appointment of three other people: Daniel L. Bell, Robert J. Leeper and...
Posted On 07 Sep 2016

City of Williamsburg Mayor signs Colon Cancer Awareness Proclamation

City of Williamsburg’s Mayor Roddy Harrison, is shown recently signing a proclamation for “Colon Cancer Awareness” honoring the women and men who have lost their lives to colon cancer. Excluding skin cancer, colon cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and...