Monthly Archives: February 2013

The 411 on an old city directory

“York’s pioneers were a sturdy folk.”

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York resident, historian weighs in on Gamewell value

A discussion by officials about whether to silence for good York’s  Gamewell system brought plenty of debate at city hall his week, with officials weighing the value of the aging system. But that talk brought resident comment, too. That included a … Continue reading

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Where’s the fire on York Gamewell boxes?

Where’s the fire? That was the question this week, as city officials first looked at potentially scrapping the Gamewell fire box system in York, then slowed down. Well, it was one question, anyway. There were others. Like what is the … Continue reading

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York mayor, organizer to meet over disputed basketball fees

If you’re like me, you’ve been wondering how the debate over this nonprofit basketball tournament in York will turn out. The city has said Wayne Scott must come up with about $13,000 in past due and current fees, if he … Continue reading

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York officials say it’s again time to move

For city residents, $20 could buy five weeks worth of classes for a kid, and a chance to get that child good activity that will lead to a more healthy lifestyle. It’s part of a new city initiative to combat … Continue reading

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York sign updated, back at road’s edge

York’s public works department, signing on. That was the word this week from city supervisor Dave Rudolph, who said that old cast-iron “Keystone Marker” — recently taken down by a city crew — has been replaced along East Prospect Street. … Continue reading

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Quarry query centers on recent fee hike

One resident’s questions over a recent city fee increase, and how it relates to a proposed mining operation expansion, received a quick reply from officials this week. That quarry query, posed by Libertarian city council hopeful Manuel Gomez, amounts to … Continue reading

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Spring (street) cleaning time approaches

Unless you’ve got $50 you’re burning to donate to the city, it’s best to mind a recent release from city hall. It’s nearly street sweeping time again.

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York City Council, 140 characters at a time

Apparently, due to technical problems,  White Rose Community Television didn’t air a live broadcast of this week’s York City Council Meeting. So if you wanted a live view, so to speak, you had to look elsewhere. That’s where Twitter comes … Continue reading

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The York city commission meeting that wasn’t

There was plenty of good discussion on Monday night at the York City Human Relations Commission meeting– mostly about how the commission members didn’t show up. While the folks in the audience  waiting for a non-meeting were initially plenty upset, … Continue reading

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