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Salisbury City Council Approves Resolutions To Improve Area, Residents

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SALISBURY, Md. - The Salisbury City Council approved two resolutions Monday, making way for an improved city and healthier residents.

The "Stash Your Trash" campaign is now Salisbury's official anti-litter movement. It started as a youth project at the YMCA, and quickly gained popularity. Jarred Hill's full report is here: www.wmdt.com/story/25354066/salisbury-hopes-trash-campaign-will-help-clean-up-city.

The Council also approved the HEAL Cities and Town's program - a project to prevent obesity in the city. Part of that plan includes, developing and promoting community gardens and farmers markets, and adopting a complete streets policy with bike lanes and multi-user paths.
   

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