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City of York Council has today announced that its Director of Adults, Children and Education services will be leaving the organisation in April this year, to become Director of Children and Young People at North Yorkshire County Council.

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City of York Council will be extending its programme of drop-in advice sessions on ‘Housing Options for Older People’ following its successful introduction at the end of last year.

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The Bayers Tapestry created by residents as part of York 800 celebrations and the Big City Read 2012 will be on show to the public at York Art Gallery on 2 February 2012.

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City of York Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport, Planning and Sustainability will be asked to consider several changes to local bus services at a decision session this week [Tuesday 15 January].

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City of York Council’s leader and senior council officials today met with Nick Boles, at the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), to discuss the impact of the recent Local Government Finance Settlement for York and the council’s work to create a Local Plan for the city, in line with the new national policy [...]

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Young people between the ages of 11-17 years old who are interested in politics are being invited to represent York as a member of the UK Youth Parliament.

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York’s nationally-renowned archives will remain open for longer ahead of refurbishment works to move them from the City Art Gallery to their new home at York Explore Library Learning Centre

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City of York Council has been praised by the Government for taking action to reduce unnecessary traffic signs in the city

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City of York Council’s Cabinet will be asked to approve the development of a business plan for a potential community benefit society for the council’s libraries and archive services, at a meeting on the 8 January

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A plan to improve York’s most vulnerable residents access to decent, safe and affordable homes through the effective management of social and affordable rented homes is being considered by Cabinet and, if approved, will be put into action by the end of January 2013

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