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City council to consider revitalization funds for playhouse

City council to consider revitalization funds for playhouse

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YORK – The York City Council will be considering an application for Downtown Revitalization grant funds that would financially supplement a renovation project at the Yorkshire Playhouse in downtown York.

The council will consider the application when they meet in regular session on Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m.

The application says the $10,215 being sought would go toward removing and replacing awning, masonry work, carpentry to fix damage under the existing awning and painting the front of the building.

The city is currently in the second phase of the downtown revitalization project. In both phases, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been granted to businesses to do these types of renovation projects.

Also during Thursday’s meeting:

• The council is scheduled to hear comments from Jim Hoffman and Harold Anderson regarding “the operation of loud motorcycles in their neighborhood.”

• They will also consider re-appointments and a new appointment to city boards, being brought forward by the mayor. They will consider the appointment of Chad Hammer to the Board of Adjustment, to fill the unexpired term of Craig Vincent. They will also consider the following reappointments: Marlow Wall to the Board of Public Works, Karen Fillman to the Advisory Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners, Josh Stenger to the Examining Board of Plumber and Mechanical Contractors, and Mark Powers to the Library Advisory Board.

The public is encouraged to attend the meeting, which will be held in the council chambers.

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