This is a list of mayors of the City of Williamsport from 1866-present. Map of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania highlighting Williamsport Williamsport is a city located in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. ... 1866 is a common year starting on Monday. ...
Maj. James M. Wood, 1866-67
Dr. William F. Logan, 1867-1869
Peter Herdic, 1869-1870
Maj. James H. Perkins, 1870-1872
Seth W. Starkweather, 1872-1874
Martin Powell, 1874-1876
Seth W. Starkweather, 1876-1878
Henry C. Parsons, 1882-1884
Samuel M. Crans, 1884-1886
William N. Jones, 1886-1888
James S. Foresman, 1888-1890
Frederick H. Keller, 1890-1893
William G. Elliot, 1893-96
James Mansel, 1896-1899
Samuel N. Williams, 1899-1902
John F. Laedlein, 1902-1905
Seth T. Foresman, 1905-1908
Charles D. Wolfe, 1908-1911
Samuel Stabler, 1911-1916
Jonas Fisher, 1916-17
Archibald M. Hoagland, 1917-1924
Hugh Gilmore, 1924-1928
Herbert T. Ames, 1928-1932
George K. Harris, 1932-1936
Charles D. Wolfe, 1936-1940
Leo C. Williamson, 1940-1952
Clifford L. Harman, 1952-1956
Thomas H. Levering, 1956-1964
Raymond M. Knaur, 1964-1968
Richard J. Carey, 1968-1972
John R. Coder, 1972-1976
Daniel P. Kirby, 1976-1980
Stephen J. Lucasi, 1980-88
Jessica L. Bloom, 1988-1992 - First female mayor. Mayor Bloom is a former member of City Council. Currently chairwoman of Lycoming County Democratic Party.
Phillip E. Preziosi, 1992-1996 - Former member of City Police Department. Second officer to win mayor's office.
Steven W. Cappelli, 1996-2000 - Resigned; Currently State Representative from 83rd district.
Michael R. Rafferty, 2000-2003 Acting Mayor. Elected for two year term. Defeated for re-election by Republican Mary Wolf. Now a business owner.
Mary B. Wolf, 2003-present - Second female mayor. Mrs. Wolf is a former member of City Council and a former university professor prior to election as mayor of city.
First Gentleman: Michael Wolf Mary B.Wolf is the City of Williamsports second female mayor. ...
Note: On July 22, 2005, a reunion of past mayors and representatives of deceased mayors was held at Williamsport City Hall. The reunion was organized by Chris Benson, a high school student. July 22 is the 203rd day (204th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 162 days remaining. ... 2005(MMV) is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...
Pennsylvania means “Penn’s woodland.” It was named in honor of Admiral William Penn, whose son, William Penn, founded the colony as a haven for members of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, and other religious minorities in 1682.
Pennsylvania is one of the nation’s largest cement producers, and much of its output comes from an area north of Allentown in the Lehigh Valley.
Pennsylvania has seen the continued decline of its coal, steel, and transportation industries, the disappearance of one in three farms, and the deterioration of urban areas.
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