Mayor Jake Day gave his third State of the City address last night telling his audience that Salisbury was a more diverse and better educated city than it was three years ago.
He touted events like the National Folk Festival and the first ever Salisbury Marathon.
Day also turned his attention to the homeless noting that the city had placed 30 chronically homeless in the city in stable housing over the last 11 months.
He also said that the city’s wastewater treatment plant had received a 100 percent compliance rating from state and federal authorities.
A top priority for next year he said was to continue improving the city’s roads and provide more bike path access to city streets.