Salisbury officials present 2020-2024 capital improvement plan to council

SALISBURY, Md. – following Monday night’s city council meeting, officials went into a work session to present the city’s 2020-2024 Capital Improvement plan to the council. Mayor Jake Day says the plan, that’s been developed over past couple of years, is a tool that allows officials to plan how, when, and where future improvements should be made. He adds that it focuses on improving important areas throughout Salisbury such as roads, landmarks, infrastructure and more for the next four years. The added bonus is that Day says none of this will affect taxpayers pockets drastically.

“We like to think about this as really powerful investments that will produce big results for our citizens but that doesn’t mean we have to spend a lot of money. This CIP continues the trend from last year as the smallest CIP that the city has ever adopted,” said Day.

Officials add that the city council is expected to vote on the plan in about two weeks.

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