Here’s what’s ahead for the January 19th, electronic Salisbury City Council Meeting… Mayor Alexander will proclaim the following: •"tThe month of January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month •"tJanuary 24-30 as Salisbury School Choice Week •"tAnd January 31-February 6 as Catholic Schools Week Council will consider: •"tAdoption of two ordinances designating the Moore House and the Napoleon Bonaparte McCanless House as local historic landmarks •"tA recommendation regarding eligibility for listing the Edgar S. and Madge Temple House in the National Register of Historic Places •"tAdoption of Salisbury’s 2021 Federal Action Plan •"tTwo Land Development District Map Amendments as discussed at the previous meeting •"tAnd adoption of an amendment to the FY20-21 CDBG Action Plan for use of funding for COVID-19 prevention, preparation and response. The meeting starts at 6 pm. Anyone who wishes to speak during public comment must sign-up by 5 p.m. on January 19th, by contacting Kelly Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-638-5233. Written comments received by January 19th at 5 p.m. will be shared with City Council but not read out loud during the meeting. All City Council meetings will be held electronically until further notice to remain consistent with limiting physical interactions and the potential spread of COVID-19. The meeting will be streamed live at salisburync.gov/webcast and on the City’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. You can also view the meeting later on demand at SalisburyNC.gov/videos, or broadcast on WSRG –TV (Hotwire channel 394 and Spectrum channel 16).