Congressman Rob Wittman, who represents King William County, has sent out a survey looking for feedback from his constituents. Citizens belonging to all political parties, or no party at all, are encouraged to take the survey. It is timely with all that is going on in Ukraine and President Biden’s State of the State Address on March 1. Congressman Wittman wants your thoughts on the following issues of importance:
What do you think the State of our Union is?
[ ] Very good
[ ] Good
[ ] Fair
[ ] Poor
[ ] Very bad
[ ] Indifferent/Unsure
What should President Biden focus on in his SOTU address? (Select all that apply)
[ ] Strengthening the economy (Employment, Taxes, Inflation, etc.)
[ ] The growing threat of China
[ ] Mitigating crime
[ ] The crisis at the southern border
[ ] COVID-19
[ ] Strengthening our national defense and security
[ ] Other
How confident are you in the Biden Administration solving some of America’s most pressing issues?
[ ] Very confident
[ ] Somewhat confident
[ ] Neutral
[ ] Somewhat unconfident
[ ] Not confident at all
Click here to take the survey online or mail your responses to:
Hanover Office of Congressman Rob Wittman:
6501 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Suite 102
Mechanicsville, VA 23111
Phone: (804) 730-6595
Fax: (804) 730-6597
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Hampton Roads Sanitary District to Help Pay Utility Balances
The Hampton Roads Sanitary District, which serves King William and other localities, has received federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to share with applicable jurisdictions, according to HRSD personnel. The funds will assist eligible residents in paying off past-due balances.
Customers will get notice of the funds through their monthly bill message. It is estimated $3,134.22 is available to assist residents in King William County who are customers of HRSD only.
King William Recreation Park to Become More Pet Friendly
Later this spring, the King William Recreation Park will become more “pet friendly” when a new Dog Park is opened.
County Staff are busy preparing the location to be ready in time for warmer weather. People bringing their dogs to watch Little League baseball beginning March 26 can also visit the Dog Park.
Little League officials and County Staff are also making improvements to the fields for this Little League season. The park will soon be a “hopping” place to take in America’s greatest game – baseball.