York City names new director for economic development
Nicole Davis has replaced Shilvosky Buffaloe as interim director of York City's Department of Economic and Community Development, according to city spokesperson Philip Given.
The appointment was effective March 3, Given said. Davis has been employed by York city since May 2014 and has served as deputy director of economic and community development since January 2016.
Given would not disclose the reason behind Buffaloe’s departure, describing it as a personnel matter. Buffaloe could not be reached for comment.
“He’s no longer employed by the city,” he said.
Buffaloe had served as interim director since June 2013 and had been employed by the city since 2008.
Davis will now oversee the bureaus of Economic Development, Health, Housing and Planning-Permits-Zoning. Additionally, she will serve as secretary to the city’s Redevelopment Authority.
Davis has bachelor’s degrees in economics and finance from York College.