Former York City mayor Bracey hired by Gov. Wolf

Liz Evans Scolforo
York Dispatch

York City's former mayor is now working for Gov. Tom Wolf's administration within the state's Department of Community and Economic Development.

Kim Bracey became executive director of the Governor's Center for Local Government Services on Jan. 13, according to DCED spokesman Michael Gerber.

Kim Bracey

She is responsible for the overall administration of the center and its 32 employees, Gerber wrote in an email.

According to DCED's website, the Governor's Center for Local Government Services is "a one-stop shop for local government officials and provides a wealth of knowledge and expertise on all matters affecting local government operations throughout Pennsylvania."

"Kim will develop goals and formulate strategies to achieve them, as well as coordinate with local, state and federal officials to provide services efficiently and effectively," Gerber wrote in an email.

Her annual salary is $94,600, he said.

Tom Wolf talks with Goode K-8 fourth-grade teacher Stefanie Moyar, left, and York City Mayor Kim Bracey during his visit to the school as part of his "Schools that Teach" tour Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016. Bill Kalina photo

"As a former mayor, Kim brings uniquely valuable knowledge and experience to DCED that is critical for pushing forward Gov. Wolf’s efforts to improve collaboration and partnership with local governments," Gerber wrote.

"We’re excited to have her on our team to help improve the services we offer to municipalities across the commonwealth."

Bracey could not be reached for comment the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 18.

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