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York County Planning Commission

York County Administrative Building 28 East Market Street, 3Rd Floor

York, Pennsylvania 17401

United States

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The York County Planning Commission was formed in 1959 by the Board of County Commissioners and is composed of nine members. The members of the Commission include both "at large" and regional representatives. Those activities of the Planning Commission th ... more

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That's an increase of roughly $100,000 from the previous fiscal year, said Phil Palandro, director of the York County Department of Veterans Affairs.

Palandro gave his year-end report to commissioners during their weekly meeting on Wednesday.
Over the course of six years, the local veterans office secured about $25.9 million in benefits for the roughly 40,000 veterans who live in the county, he said.
Additional support: Throughout the most recent fiscal year, 851 new claims for benefits were filed locally, Palandro said, adding the number of claims doesn't include those that roll over from previous years.
Palandro credited local veteran clubs, such as VFW and American Legion posts, with providing support to help veterans. He also thanked commissioners for their support.
"Lots of people need help. We can't do that without the support from the board," Palandro said.

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Phil Palandro, director of veterans affairs for York County, praised Lebanon and its outpatient clinics. He said most of the veterans he knows have nothing but good things to say about the local system.

His department is an advocacy agency that helps veterans get benefits. It's not part of the federal government. He said many people in Washington, D.C. knew that the VA nationally has "been an overworked and overrun system for a long time."
Palandro said he'd like to see more healthcare facilities for veterans nationally "so they can lighten the load and help these people out."
"That's the budget. They've got to allocate money," Palandro added.

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Philip Palandro believes York County veterans deserve a place in American history.

"The things that they did for our country were very, very important to all of us and it will be important to many people in the future," said Palandro, director of the York County Department of Veterans Affairs.
Deadline: The deadline to sign up for project participation is Friday, June 20, Palandro said.
Interviews of selected veterans will be done on Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 by county court reporters who - along with other volunteers from the court system - will prepare the collected information for submission to the Veterans History Project, he said.
Palandro said he is excited local veterans have an opportunity to participate in a national project that provides firsthand accounts from people who participated in the country's major conflicts.
"Although reading about war in a history book is important, there's no better way to truly understand a conflict than by hearing accounts from the people who were involved," Palandro said.

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Nathan Eifert (Right), Vice President and Director of Marketing for PeoplesBank, presented Phil Palandro (Left), Director of the York County Department of Veterans Affairs, with a check for $6,247.00 to support York County's Veterans In Need Fund.

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There are 1.6 million veterans in Pennsylvania, 40,000 of them in York County, according to Phil Palandro, director of the York County Department of Veterans Affairs.

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