A York city councilman this week became the second member of that board to announce he's seeking a council seat again this fall.
David Satterlee said on Tuesday he will seek a full term on the board. Satterlee, who was appointed to the five-member council late in 2012, said he believes he can help push the city forward.
"After several months in office, I believe that the City of York is rapidly moving forward and that momentum is a place where my interests, time and skill set can continue to be an asset," he said in an email release.
Three seats on the council are up for grabs this fall.
In addition to Satterlee, Council members Henry Nixon and Renee Nelson will also see the end of their current terms.
Nixon, a Democrat, announced a re-election bid last week, saying in a prepared statement that he feels there's more for him to accomplish in the city.
"I would like nothing more than to serve on the city council that takes tough votes to create financial sustainability for our city so that my grandchildren, who live here, too, can take as much joy in this place as I do," he said.
Nelson, a Democrat, said on Monday that she remains undecided about another term.
Libertarian candidate Manuel Gomez has also thrown his hat in the ring. Gomez, a frequent participant at city council meetings, said on Monday he hasn't made an official announcement, but he "definitely" plans to run.
"I have my sights set on it," he said.
Satterlee has served an abbreviated term on the council, beginning in October 2012, after the death of former Councilwoman Joanne Borders. Satterlee, a Democrat, was chosen by Mayor Kim Bracey, after the four sitting council members could not reach a majority vote. He was selected over Republican Bryan Tate.
Satterlee said at the time he planned to seek a full four-year term following his initial service. He said this week he hopes residents will appreciate his commitment, and get involved.
"Serving on City Council has been an honor and a privilege," he said. "I hope that Yorkers will take their privilege to vote seriously and consider voting for me."