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Salisbury City Council meets Tuesday at 5 p.m.

By Josh Bergeron

josh.bergeron@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — When the Salisbury City Council meets Tuesday, it’s scheduled to consider a number of temporary road closures, receive a report about 10 structures tagged as candidates for demolition and several budget-related matters.

The City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday for its regular meeting at Salisbury City Hall 217 South Main Street. City council members will consider a relatively light agenda.

At 6 p.m. or the end of Tuesday’s meeting, the Salisbury City Council will have a public comment period.

Items on the agenda include:

• adopting temporary street closures for special events

Temporary street closures include: South Main Street between Innes and Bank streets on March 25 for a car show; Jake Alexander Boulevard starting Lincolnton and ending on Statesvile Boulevard at Brenner Avenue on May 7 for the Buck Hurley Triathlon; and North Main Street between Innes and Kerr streets on May 20 for the Cheerwine Centennial Celebration.

The street closures appear on Tuesday’s consent agenda.

• holding a public hearing about Community Development Block Grant and HOME Program funds

• receive a report from code services related to 10 structures identified as candidates for demolition

• considering the $20,875 purchase of a MorphoTrack LiveScan Station

About $17,000 of the purchase will be covered by grand funds

• receive city manager comments about a second quarter financial report and other matters.

Contact reporter Josh Bergeron at 704-797-4246.

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