Wednesday, December 7, 2022

York Seeking Proposals For What To Do With Former Grafton Fire Station

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YORK-York County is currently seeking offers from all interested parties regarding the disposition of the former Fire Station Number 1 on Route 17 in Grafton.

The Central Purchasing office of York County is looking for unsealed proposals for the property, to include the building, land, and improvements. Proposals are due November 30. For Request For Proposal (RFP) information, click here.

Written questions or comments about the RFP will be accepted through 1pm on November 1. Email is preferred. No telephone inquiries will be accepted. To email questions, contact Bill Lindsey, procurement officer, at

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