Monday, August 7, 2017

Salisbury: Fencing Ordinance Fails Final Passage

The Salisbury City Council held a special session today prior to their regularly scheduled work session for the second reading of the Fencing Ordinance.  This issue drew the ire of residents and a few landlords who showed up to multiple meetings.  Council Vice President Muir Boda chaired the meeting and called for a motion on the ordinance however none of the council members present made a motion which resulted in the ordinance failing as the sixty day time limit from the first reading will expire before the next legislative session.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

They all chickened out! BWAHAHAHA!!

Who introduced that stupid ordinance anyway!!

Anonymous said...

Didn't fully understand the problem with a chain link fence as long as it maintained.

Anonymous said...

From the Delmar Donkey Breath's blog. He is allowing stupid comments JT. Time to go after him.

Anonymous said...
It is 2:28, and you have reported this already AND have pictures. WBOC still has NOTHING on their website (except a thunderstorm watch as a crawl on the top). Delmarvanow has a headline, but no pictures.

you are way ahead of these guys.

Oh, and I bet JT is somewhere eating a Smith Island cake.
August 7, 2017 at 2:30 PM

Anonymous said...

Jake asshole day.

Anonymous said...

The plastic fences failed the tornado test to !

Anonymous said...

6:25 KISS MUCH ASS

Anonymous said...

Ordinances are un-American. We have more restrictions on freedom today than we did when we fought Briton!!

Anonymous said...

Chain linked fences hold up better in tornado conditions.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
6:25 KISS MUCH ASS

August 8, 2017 at 9:30 AM

Who is kissing who's ass?

Anonymous said...

I believe too it was Day's idea. He or one of his also out of touch advisors must have come up with the excuse that chain link fences gives prospective home buyers the perception that the area is high crime.
They seems to have forgotten that most people are smarter then they are and can use the internet to determine themselves that Salisbury has an extraordinary amount of crime for it's size.