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New Plans For Executive Branch Proposed In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - The City of Salisbury may have a major overhaul of the executive branch for the first time since 1950. Since John Pick will soon leave his role as Salisbury City Administrator, Mayor Jim Ireton proposed for three employees to take on the duties of Pick's position, and the role of Assistant City Administrator.

Those in favor of the proposal argue that it would create a more refined chain of command.

The Council would need to provide benefits packages for the employees, but how they would get the money for this is still under discussion.

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