York County Heritage Trust looks to its future

 

→ York County Heritage Trust looks to its future – The York Daily Record

Plan D makes the most sense for the long term. Put everything under one roof in a “York County History Center” located in the triangle. Such an arrangement would help to add to the critical mass or center of gravity that is growing downtown. It makes sense to leverage the Trust’s assets in order to concentrate interest in the core area.

York County Heritage Trust - York, PA

The York County Heritage Trust in downtown York, PA – Photo © visitpadutchcountry.com

 
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