Salisbury City Council to Hear from Public on Harbor Pointe Assessment District
The Salisbury City Council is set to hear from the public tonight and take an initial vote on a special assessment district that would pay for the cost of a sidewalk in the Harbor Pointe neighborhood.
The local home owners have come to the city several times before asking that the municipality put in a sidewalk on Harbor Pointe Drive from Pemberton Drive to Anchors Way.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the Department or Public Works says the project would cost around $46-thousand for a sidewalk that would be about 1-thousand feet long.
Local residents have indicated their willingness to help pay for – as much as – one half of the project with the city coming up with the other half.