Williamsburg’s city manager resigns in emergency city council meeting

Marvin E. Collins III

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) — Marvin E. Collins III, Williamsburg’s city manager, resigned Monday during an emergency city council meeting.

The city announced the matter was a “personnel issue,” and wouldn’t comment further on Collins’ decision to step down. 

Assistant City Manager Andrew O. Trivette has been named interim city manager in the meantime. 

The city touted Collins’ achievements in a press release announcing the move, which included the development of Williamsburg’s Midtown Row area and a tourism development fund, and work on bringing life to the city’s downtown area. 

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