Sol B. Weinberg

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Sol B. Weinberg

Electoral District Appointed
Term Start June 1952
Term End August 31, 1952
Preceded by James M. Barr, III (D)
Succeeded by Sol B. Weinberg (D)

Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1952
Term End August 31, 1956
Preceded by Sol B. Weinberg (D)
Succeeded by Sol B. Weinberg (D)

Vice-president (vice-mayor)
Charlottesville City Council
Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1952
Term End August 31, 1956
Preceded by Henry A. Haden (D)

President (mayor)
Charlottesville City Council
Electoral District Elected by and from council
Term Start September 1, 1954
Term End August 31, 1956
Preceded by William R. Hill (D)
Succeeded by R. M. Davis (D)

Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1956
Term End August 31, 1960
Preceded by Sol B. Weinberg (D)
Succeeded by Bernard J. Haggerty (D)

Biographical Information

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Sol B. Weinberg initially served two months on the city council to fill the vacancy left by the resignation in June 1952 of James M. Barr, III, whose term would have expired August 31, 1952. [1]

Weinberg was elected to the Charlottesville City Council in 1952 and in 1956. [2] He announced he would not seek a another term in 1960 due to health reasons. [3] He was appointed mayor in 1954.

He also served on the Charlottesville School Board.


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Biography

Weinberg was born in Staunton and moved to Charlottesville in 1923. He attended the Staunton Military Academy, the University of Virginia and the school of pharmacy at the University of Maryland.

References

  1. Print: Hill Elected New Mayor at First Organizational Meeting url= https://search.lib.virginia.edu/catalog/uva-lib:2614714/view#openLayer/uva-lib:2614715/4695/1807/3/1/0, Staff reports, Daily Progress, Lindsay family September 2, 1952, Page A1.
  2. Print: Three Enter Primary for City Council Posts, Staff reports, Daily Progress, Lindsay family January 4, 1960, Page A1.
  3. Print: Weinberg Plans to Retire; Raps McCue Burrows, , Daily Progress, Lindsay family January 26, 1960, Page .