Church Street beautification project almost done

SALISBURY, Md. – Dozens of volunteers were out in the Church Street neighborhood on Tuesday, working on a beautification project.

The project is focusing on the area under the new mural at the corner of Church Street and Route 13. Pavers, lights, benches, trash cans plants and grass are all being put in there. Volunteers with Lowe’s were also on deck to help the city out. Salisbury’s Mayor Jake Day says this is an exciting improvement for the neighborhood.

“This has been an important gateway beautification and you will see more and more of these around town. The church street neighborhood is a neighborhood that I think frankly has been often ignored and we wanted to invest in beautifying and taking care of this place,” says Jake Day the mayor of the city of Salisbury.

The project should be done Wednesday as long as the weather cooperates. There will be a ribbon cutting and reception for the entire community on Tuesday, October 29th at 5:30. Mayor Jake Day also tells 47 ABC other areas across the city will get beautification projects in the near future including North Camden, Doverdale, Princeton Homes and Presidents neighborhoods.

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