The television show “Seinfeld” often billed itself as the television show about nothing.
Monday’s Williamsburg City Council meeting was largely the equivalent of a “Seinfeld” episode in that it was a meeting where virtually nothing was done in terms of official action other than to approve the minutes from two March meetings.
The only item listed on the agenda that called for any action was the second reading of an ordinance adopting Dupier Lane as an official city street but the matter was tabled until next month’s meeting.
The delay was made at the behest of City Councilman Richard Foley, who expressed concern about adopting the street without having exact dimensions of the roadway listed in the ordinance.
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