Videos: Citizens Speak Out about the Violence and What Salisbury Really is During Public Comment at City Council on September 20th

Posted on September 22, 2016



RFP Staff

♦ On Tuesday September 20th Salisbury residents spoke out about the city’s declining infrastructure, violent crime, boarded up houses, drugs and prostitution.  Salisbury is a place people will not want to live, learn, work, or play. Fears for safety and welfare have caused an exodus that has left around 2,000 houses vacant.

Pastor Andrew Davis’s Call to End Gang Murders:

Caroline Logan Asks for Action to End Gun Violence, Gangs, and Crime in Salisbury:

Rodney Queen speaks out on What Salisbury Really Is: Prostitution, Drugs, Crime, Gangs, and Boarded Up Houses

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