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Salisbury will begin board appointments

Salisbury City Council will begin appointing new members to municipal boards and commissions on Tuesday.
People interested in serving on a board or commission should submit an application by 9 a.m. Monday to City Clerk Myra Heard, either in person at City Hall or via e-mail to mhear@salisburync.gov.
Membership on city boards and commissions begins April 1.
To learn about opportunities to serve, visit www.salisburync.gov and click on “boards and commissions.” From there, you can download a description of all boards and commissions, an application or a meeting schedule.
To learn more about openings on a specific board, call Heard at 704-638-5224 or contact the city employee listed under each description.
Applications and information also are available at City Hall, 217 S. Main St., and Heard will e-mail them upon request.
The city accepts applications for boards and commissions throughout the year and keeps them on file to help fill vacancies as they occur. Council may not complete all appointments Tuesday.
Council meets at 4 p.m. in City Hall.
City boards and commissions include:
Community Appearance Commission, Tree Board, Hurley Park Advisory Committee, Historic Preservation Commission, Human Relations Council, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment, Greenway Committee, Transportation Advisory Board and Tourism and Cultural Development Commission.
Contact reporter Emily Ford at 704-797-4264.

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