Paul Wilber

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Legislative efforts to allow alcohol sales at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center may not be needed after all.

The acting county attorney Paul Wilber says that he found the covenant keeping the center from selling alcohol was actually terminated in 1971.

The Salisbury Daily Times reports that for years there was a belief that the sale of alcohol was prohibited.

But County Executive Bob Culver says that a deed search found the property had changed hands twice since the late S. Franklin Woodcock gave the county the 39 acres for the center and a veterans war memorial.

 

            The Salisbury City Attorney’s office is expected to get a $100-thousand boost to its budget.

            Council member Laura Mitchell told the Salisbury Daily Times that the money will be needed to deal with the work that is left to be done.

            Currently, the City Attorney’s budget was $170-thousand with only $97-hundred remaining in the last three months of the fiscal year.