Monthly Archives: January 2014

York still searching for economic development director

Mayor Kim Bracey said this summer she would take her time in selecting the next director of Economic and Community Development. More than six months after former director Kevin Schreiber vacated the position for a seat in the state House … Continue reading

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City Council hammers out details of food-cart committee

City Council was admittedly working backwards when it hammered out details on a resolution to establish an ad-hoc food cart committee during a work session Wednesday night. Members were named to the new committee, which has been charged with  researching … Continue reading

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Mayor Kim Bracey to attend State of the Union address

York Mayor Kim Bracey will join the throng of national politicians at President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night, according to a news release. Read more on the YDR Politics blog.

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Don’t forget some streets still get street sweeping

Here’s a message the city released on street sweeping. While it ends for most streets in November until spring, it does continue year-round on other streets. The fine for parking during restricted times is $50. For questions about when a … Continue reading

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York looks to food cart committee for resolution

Officials are pinning their hopes for a resolution to York’s lengthy food cart debate on a recently established food cart committee. Set to meet this week, the committee, which contains members from restaurants, City Council, Central Market, mobile food vendor … Continue reading

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Need help navigating York’s snow emergency routes?

Take a look at the map showing which streets are on the snow emergency routes and where free parking is.

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Council to reconsider pay raises for two department heads

  Update, Tuesday Tonight’s City Council meeting has been canceled. The next regularly scheduled legislative session will be 7 p.m. Feb. 4. Reported earlier  York City Council has plans to reconsider a contentious salary issue during its first meeting of … Continue reading

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Do you know someone who was affected by the Rodeway Inn fire?

“It is definitely one of those fires that we’ll talk about for years to come,” York Fire/Rescue Services Chief David Michaels said in a recent interview about the Rodeway Inn fire. Nearly a year ago, the two alarm blaze displaced … Continue reading

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York Housing Authority recieves $22,000 grant

The Housing Authority of York will get an early boost to its 2014 funding, according to a news release from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. HUD awarded $22,639 to the authority to use in the hiring or retention … Continue reading

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Saylor to sponsor bill to speed up next CRIZ round

State Rep. Stan Saylor, R-Windsor Township, plans to introduce legislation that could give York a second shot at a state-run revitalization program much sooner than the city originally expected. Saylor will co-sponsor legislation that allows for two additional cities to … Continue reading

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