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Task Force Plans To Tackle Foreclosure Issue In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - According to RealtyTrac, the state of Maryland has the third highest foreclosure rate in the nation. However, the city of Salisbury is hoping to do something about it.

During Monday's city council meeting, council members voted to implement a Foreclosure Task Force. The group will include bank and mortgage representatives, along with local residents, to review how the city responds to foreclosures.

Council members say the goal of the task force is to come up with new policies and legislation to address and improve the problem over the next nine months.

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