Monthly Archives: November 2010

Looking for something to do with your evenings?

York City Council will take a break for the holiday this week, but after Turkey Day, it’s back to business. Highlights for the next three months include the consideration of nearly $18 million in capital projects, passage of the city … Continue reading

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Foreclosure workshop to be held Saturday

A Foreclosure Prevention Workshop will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln Charter School at 559 W. King St. in York. GMAC Bank will sponsor the event, which will be hosted by State Rep. Eugene DePasquale, D-West … Continue reading

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Winter street sweeping scheduled

Street sweeping has ended for most York residents, but several city streets will be swept through the winter.     Vehicles parked on the following streets between 7:15 and 11:45 a.m. will be ticketed on the indicated days. Cars parked on … Continue reading

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Councilwoman Smith: I requested police protection for meetings

York City Council member Toni Smith said Tuesday night that she was one of the city officials who requested a police presence at council meetings.   After several years without protection, a York City police officer began attending council meetings … Continue reading

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Architect gives council preliminary report on proposed City Hall

Reports from the five engineering and consulting firms that have toured a proposed city hall site at 101 S. George Street won’t be available until Nov. 24. But York City Council did get a preliminary report on the building during … Continue reading

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Flu shots available for York residents

Walk-in flu shot clinics will be available from the York City Bureau of Health this month.     City residents can visit the Crispus Attucks Association at 605 S. Duke St. on Nov. 17 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. or St. … Continue reading

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And from the best of the Franklin Files…

I honestly laughed out loud during Wednesday’s York City Council meeting, and that doesn’t often happen at municipal meetings.     It all started with a complaint from resident and frequent council critic Steven Young about the presence of a police … Continue reading

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Nonprofit gift fair to be held Sunday at the Strand

Wondering what to buy for that person on your holiday shopping list that has everything?     The Women’s Giving Circle of the York County Community Foundation is sponsoring Gifts that Give Hope, a gift fair offering items supporting the work … Continue reading

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