Williams: 'Relationship issues' with council likely to linger after veto override
By Peter MacArthur

Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams says there are likely to be lingering issues between his office and some on city council in the aftermath of last week's failed veto override vote concerning a half million dollars in cuts to the fire department.

"I do believe that there's a lot of people on council that do support the administration. Even though we're past the veto situation, some of the people who didn't support my veto override the first time I vetoed the legislation are now supporting me," said Williams.

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Williams says differences of opinion are inevitable in politics, but it's important to stick to your guns when you're sure you're right on an issue.

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