Moren, Hodges to Lead
King William County Board of Supervisors
The King William County Board of Supervisors at its 2022 organizational meeting on January 10 elected Ed Moren and Bill Hodges to leadership positions.
Moren, representing District 5, was elected Chairman after serving as Vice Chairman in 2021. Hodges, who served previously as Chairman in 2019, represents District 1.
Moren is serving his first term on the Board after being elected in 2019. Hodges is serving his second term on the Board after first being elected in 2015.
In other BOS action, members were appointed to various Boards and Commissions. They include:
Hodges – Historical Preservation & Architectural Review Board.
Moren and District 2 Supervisor Travis Moskalski – Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission.
District 3 Supervisor Stephen Greenwood – Planning Commission.
District 4 Supervisor Stewart Garber – Recreation Commission & Social Services Board.
Moren – Virginia Career Works (Bay Consortium) Chief Elected Officers Consortium.
The Board of Supervisors also made some modifications to its By-Laws and approved its regular meeting schedule and Budget meeting schedule for the next 12 months. The By Laws and meeting schedules are available from the Board of Supervisors page on the County website.