James King

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James F. King Jr ran unsuccessfully for City Council in the 1998 election.[1] He is an at-large board member of the Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association. He and his wife Peggy have lived in Jefferson Park Circle since 1987.[2]


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1998 election

During the 1998 campaign, King called upon city officials to demand representation on Albemarle County boards in order to have on development proposals that would affect city neighborhoods. [3] He also called on the state Commission on Local Government to facilitate talks between the city and county. `

References

  1. Web. 1998 Charlottesville City Council Race, George Loper, May 5, 1998, retrieved April 18, 2012.
  2. Web. Fry's Spring Neighbors take on developer, Will Goldsmith, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, retrieved April 18, 2012. Print. April 17, 2007 , #19.16, .
  3. Print: Council candidate urges talks, Kimberly O'Brien, Daily Progress, Media General April 7, 1998, Page B1.