Salisbury City Administrator Tapped for State Appointment

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Salisbury City Administrator Julia Glanz will resign her post effective March 3rd. She has been appointed as an Assistant Secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development for the State of Maryland. She will join former boss – Jake Day who was appointed Secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development by Governor…

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Official: National Folk Festival Returns To Salisbury

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The National Folk Festival has confirmed that it will return to downtown Salisbury in September. The festival was postponed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions. The 80th National Folk Festival also marks the third year of its residency in Salisbury. Entertainment will be offered at three outdoor stages, and there will be…

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More Salisbury City Employees Test Positive For COVID-19

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The City of Salisbury Friday reported that four additional municipal employees had tested positive for coronavirus. Three of those employees are members of the Salisbury Fire Department, and the other is in the Government Office Building. Salisbury City Administrator Julia Glanz said the test results were confirmed in the past week. All city employees who…

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Salisbury Sanitation Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19

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A City of Salisbury employee who works in the sanitation collection division has tested positive for coronavirus. City officials say as a precaution one other employee has also been quarantined due to the possibility of exposure. Also, all sanitation employees will be tested. Salisbury Director of Field Operations Tom Stevenson says operations have already been…

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Salisbury Resumes Routine Parking Enforcement Aug. 3rd

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A heads up for commuters and visitors in Wicomico County: Salisbury will resume routine enforcement of parking regulations and violations Monday August 3rd. Non-permit municipal parking has been free since late March, in an effort to encourage people to support restaurants and businesses during the pandemic. Any non-permit parking tickets mistakenly issued between March 28th…

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