Monthly Archives: November 2013

Members of CRIZ authority announced

York’s application to the state-created City Revitalization and Improvement Zone program is due tomorrow. The city was able to move forward with its application after Council approved the creation of a local authority to oversee the program Monday night. Seven … Continue reading

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Just when you thought the Gamewell debate was over …

What to do with a legacy system that saves lives but will cost the city and businesses a sizable chunk of change to update and maintain? Well, no one seems to know.

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Booting, mobile food vendor licenses and Gamewell boxes live tonight at City Council

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York City Council approves revitalization program authority

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Mayor Bracey requests salary raises for two department heads

When Mayor Kim Bracey met with City Council this week to introduce her proposed 2014 budget — a plan that held tax rates flat and fees flat for residents — she also asked them to consider pay increases for two … Continue reading

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City quiet on future of Pullman Apartments

After more than a year of ownership, City officials remain mum about their plans for the Pullman apartment building. York took over the affordable housing complex at 238 N. George St. in 2012 after Pullman Apartment Limited Partnership failed to … Continue reading

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Salvation Army rep: Charity’s anti-gay policy a fallacy

“Screw that hate group” – Steve Steele via Facebook Do you drop coins in the Salvation Army kettle each year? That was the question that drew ire from Steve Steele and other readers on the Daily Record/Sunday News Facebook page.

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Take a virtual York art walk

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Calling charities “recession-proof” is a misnomer

I was digging through our archived articles on businesses¬† in downtown York a week ago when I came across a quote from a potential developer. He was looking to attract nonprofits to an underutilized space because charities are “recession-proof,” he … Continue reading

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York releases tentative revitalization zone map

The city is pushing forward with its plan to apply for state aid in job creation through the City Revitalization and Improvement Zone Program, also known as CRIZ. At Tuesday’s night’s City Council meeting, Shilvosky Buffaloe, acting director of Economic … Continue reading

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