Monthly Archives: May 2014

Satterlee: No “backwards ideas” when applying for marriage license with partner

After David Satterlee and his partner of 13 years, Will Guntrum, became the first gay couple to receive a marriage license in York last Wednesday, Satterlee still had a meeting to go to. Later that night, the York City Councilman … Continue reading

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What properties are owned by the RDA?

York’s Redevelopment Authority lists more than 25 properties for sale on its webpage at the City’s website, but information obtained through a Right To Know request shows that the RDA’s property repository runs for about five pages.

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Will York City ever get a Wegmans?

Tuesday afternoon, we asked York County on our Facebook page, “FILL IN THE BLANK: I wish York County had _____.” Highlights include more than 75 votes for a Wegmans, the most of any single item. So, York County wants a … Continue reading

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PHOTOS: York celebrates National Bike to School Day

Nearly half of kids treated last year at York’s Albert S. Weyer Health Center between the ages of 2 to 19 were overweight or obese. The statistics provided by the York Bureau of Health are staggering. They also worsen with … Continue reading

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Hotter temps bring more crime

As you’re preparing that first spring picnic or heading out the door with the wife, kids and suitcases for vacation, don’t forget to lock up. It’s time for crime. “Crime goes up and down based on several factors,” said Springettsbury … Continue reading

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Documents show vacation leave policies

Former York Business Administrator Michael O’Rourke accrued nearly a year of vacation time during his decade and a half in office, and his recent departure will now cost the city more than $97,000, according to the terms of a separation … Continue reading

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Read O’Rourke’s letter of resignation, separation agreement

Former York Business Administrator Michael O’Rourke accrued nearly a year of vacation time during his decade and a half in office, and his recent departure will now cost the city more than $97,000, according to the terms of a separation … Continue reading

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