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York purchases new city hall building

York has settled on the $2.7 million purchase of a building on South George Street and will begin converting it into a new city hall, said Michael O’Rourke, the city’s business administrator.

The move will consolidate city offices now split between the present city hall on West King Street and space the city leases at One Marketway West on Continental Square.

The old city hall will remain as a standalone police station. A branch office of Sovereign Bank, which sold the building to the city, will remain at the new city hall site at 101 S. George St., O’Rourke said

York officials have budgeted about $500,000 for renovations, though the final bill will likely be more, O’Rourke said. The city hopes to be moved in by this fall, he said.

Brent Burkey

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