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Donna Critchfield of Soroptmist International of Colusa County, standing, emceed a candidates night held Thursday in the Williams Junior High multipurpose room. Three of six Williams Unified trustee candidates, all four City Council candidates and city Treasurer Sall Barker attended. They are from left, school board candidates Selenne Tapia, Rosa Meza and incumbent Noelle Mayes, Critchfield, council candidates Councilman Don Barker, Kent Boes, Bryan Shults and Mayor John Troughton Jr., and Sally Barker. City Administrator Chuck Bergson, who sits as the city clerk, also attended. He and Mrs. Barker are running unopposed.
Colusa County Sun-Herald
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Williams is a divided city — at least geographically with Interstate 5 bisecting the old town to the west and the newer development to the east.
Some in the city are concerned it could become divided economically, too, with the old town losing out.
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