Videos: Salisbury Residents Ask the City Council to Move from Denial to Action on Crime and Poor Bus Service 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.

Sue McHugh Asks City to Move from Denial to Action on Neighborhood Crime:

Greg Rapp’s Details Neighborhood Shootings and Missteps by the Housing Commission:

Pam Soath on How Bus Service is Declining in Salisbury:

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