Salisbury Mayor Advises Residents to Shelter in Place
SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury Mayor Jim Ireton said Monday that residents need to prepare to shelter in place for the remainder of the storm.
While no mandatory order has been issued, motorists traveling through the city are requested to be off the roads by 2 p.m., when the worst of the storm is predicted to arrive. Residents are also advised to clear off porches and remove yard signs so these items do not become a hazard or a clean-up issue later.
Anybody in the city who feels the need to evacuate can go to James M. Bennett High School on College Avenue. The school, which a dedicated shelter, is also pet-friendly.
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