Published Northern Neck News on January 11, 1968
Lloyd C. Pulley Jr. was elected by Warsaw Town Council last week to fill a vacancy that has existed since the municipal election last summer.
Only six incumbent councilmen sought re-election in May for the seven town seats and the post had been vacant sine the June expiration of the term of Lawrence Altaffer, Jr.
Pulley, Vice-President of the Tidewater Telephone Company, is a native of Southampton County. He began work with the Virginia East Coast Utilities Inc. in 1926 and remained there until 1924 when he came to Tidewater Telephone Company.
A member of the Rotary Club, Pulley has served as Finance Chairman for the Boy Scouts of America since 1955. He is a past president of both the Virginia Independent Telephone Association and the Virginia Travel Council; Area Development Chairman of the Northern Neck Regional Planning and Economic Development Commission, and a Vestryman of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Warsaw.
In another matter, council adopted a resolution that will enable the Richmond County School Board to receive a lower rate on electricity used by three public schools and council’s action will save the school system about $1,800 a year.
Town officials also were authorized to seek help in updating and rearranging the town code. Town Sgt. George Brown told council Warsaw’s regulations occasionally are in conflict with the State Code and some traffic changes placed by him have been rejected by the local courts.