August 7, 2013
The newest member of the Albemarle Co. Board of Supervisors experienced his first meeting Wednesday morning. William “Petie” Craddock is the interim representative for the Scottsville district.
Craddock appeared to be quiet throughout the morning, but explained that he was trying to take in all the information and get a better understanding of the issues in the county.
Overall he is still focused on being a bridge for the November election and believes the candidates running for the Scottsville seat are great for the job.
As of now Craddock wants to make sure he is representing the district well.
“Well it's been great, it's been very busy had a lot of good support and a lot of good recommendations and ideas from the folks in southern Albemarle and the county,” says Craddock. “Overall it's been a good experience and I'm glad I'm doing it.”
He also expressed that even though he is enjoying his time on the board, he will not be running for the seat in the November election.
Craddock became the interim representative for the Scottsville district back in July after former supervisor, Chris Dumler, stepped down.