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Salisbury Home Rehab Program Starts

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SALISBURY, Md. - The new Salisbury home receivership program, which allows the city rehabilitate, demolish, or sell vacant properties, is already underway.

One home on North Division Street is the first.

According to the City, after years of notices and unpaid citations, the home was condemned, and the amount owed to the City of Salisbury on this property is $9, 519.12.  At last check the structure has not been sold at tax sale. Tom Stevenson, Director of Neighborhood Services and Code Compliance (NSCC) said, "Considering this is a new endeavor, the first few petitions will naturally be somewhat cumbersome." Stevenson has decided that 1110 N. Division Street is best candidate to "test the waters." Along with five remaining properties, NSCC will continue to vet additional properties from the original inventory for the program.     

 

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