A release from York County states that York County Manager David Hudspeth is stepping down after April of next year. His contract has been extended to assist in the transition.
On Monday night, York County Council voted unanimously to
approve a request from York County Manager David Hudspeth for an extension of his
current contract through April 30, 2024. Hudspeth expressed his desire to pursue other
endeavors outside of county government once his contract is completed. The extension
will allow Council to ensure a successful transition in leadership.
“It has been a great honor to serve as the York County Manager,” said Hudspeth. I’m
grateful Council provided me with this opportunity and am thankful for all the wonderful
employees who serve our community on a daily basis. I’m leaving York County
Government with the utmost respect for the York County Council, York County
employees, and the residents of York County.”
Hudspeth began his career with York County in 2018 as the Planning and Development
Services Director. He served as the interim County Manager beginning in July 2019
and was hired to serve as the York County Manager after Council concluded a formal
search in February 2020.
“On behalf of the York County Council, we want to publicly thank David for his
dedication and service to York County for the past five years,” said Chairwoman Christi
Cox. “We wish him the best in all his future pursuits.”
County Council will provide information on recruitment of Hudspeth’s replacement as
details become available.