Saturday, March 27, 2021

Meet Pete Snyder in York County!



We are excited to invite you to a special Meet & Greet event with Pete Snyder, conservative candidate for Governor, on Monday March 29th at 11:00am Joe and Mimma's in Grafton


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Friday, March 12, 2021

Updated invitation: York County Board of Supervisors meeting @ Monthly from 6pm to 9pm on the first Tuesday from Tue Jul 7, 2009 to Mon May 3 (EDT) (Admin

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York County Board of Supervisors meeting

Changed: Monthly from 6pm to 9pm on the first Tuesday from Tue Jul 7, 2009 to Mon May 3 Eastern Time - New York
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Monday, March 8, 2021

Should Congress act to close the wage gap?

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Should Congress act to close the wage gap?

More than five decades after the passage of the Equal Pay Act of 1963, women on average still make only 82 cents for every dollar earned by men. That gap is even wider for women of color. Compared to white men, African American women are paid 63 cents and Latina women are paid 55 cents. For a woman working full-time year-round, the current wage gap represents a loss of more than $400,000 over the course of her career. The wage gap impacts women's ability to save for retirement and reduces their total Social Security and pension benefits, contributing to more older women living in poverty.

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Do you think Congress should act to close to the wage gap between men and women? *

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Senator Warner is an original co-sponsor of the Paycheck Fairness Act, legislation that would help eliminate the gender wage gap, and guarantee that women can challenge pay discrimination and hold employers accountable. The legislation would also end the practice of pay secrecy and strengthen the available remedies for wronged employees. Do you support the Paycheck Fairness Act? *

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The existence of a gender gap is debatable and not your business. Laws you pass should be for the general welfare not for the benefit of one group of people.

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Friday, March 5, 2021

Lanahan Subdivision Plan and HRSD Pressure Reducing Station Update - Supervisor Tom Shepperd

Dear Neighbors,


Attached you will find the development plan for the Lanahan Subdivision that will go on the 24 acres located behind the Kirkwood Church.  The property is bordered by housing on Stone Lake Court in the Woodlake Crossing neighborhood and by housing on Kyle Circle and Susan Newton Lane in the Meadowlake Farms neighborhood.  Exit and entry from the Lanahan subdivision will be by way of Meadowlake Road.  The subdivision is an open cluster design with 34 detached houses, recreational, picnic and garden areas, playground, gravel walking trail, and a large stormwater wet pond.  The houses will be on small lots and there will be a 45-foot buffer that extend from the back of each lot to the property line.  At this time, the County is reviewing the by-right plan to determine compliance with all state and county development codes.  Once all the issues with the plan are addressed, the developer will be issued preliminary planning approval to remove trees and begin development.  House building will not begin until final approval.  This development plan will not come before the Board of Supervisors for approval.


I received word today from Mr. Ted Henifin, Executive Director HRSD, that planning for the Tabb PRS and Offline Storage Tank project is being paused in order for the staff to evaluate potential alternatives other than the Tabb site.   The County has identified possible optional sites and additional land that might be used to help mitigate many of the concerns we are having with the placement of large industrial size tanks near a residential neighborhood.   As Mr. Henifin states,  “…HRSD needs to build the PRS in the general area but we will look for creative options that could minimize the impact on the community and provide some ancillary benefits.”  Essentially, he is making no promises that the PRS and tank will not go on the Tabb site.






Thomas G. Shepperd, Jr.

District 5 Representative

York County Board of Supervisors


(C) 757-903-1875

(H) 757-868-8591