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Wednesday, August 09, 2017

County Executive Culver Helps City of Salisbury After Tornado

Yesterday afternoon, after the storm, I sent out two 40 yard containers to the Princeton home area to assist homeowners in the City of Salisbury with clean-up efforts.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

More than Mayor Boy did!

Anonymous said...

Strong work culver

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Bob!

Anonymous said...

Great Bob. Now address the crime in the City. After all, the City is in the COUNTY!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Bob try to explain to the Mayor that there was a tornado. You shame him all the time by being real and putting things into action not platitudes.

Anonymous said...

That's our County Executive! Thanks Bob Culver!

Anonymous said...

I see where the County Executive is now walking away from the Station 1 Volunteers instead of supporting them and fighting for them. And I saw where Rick Hoppes and Former, Forced Out, Fire Chief Bill Pinky Higgins was in the audience fighting the Station 1 Vollies. Back stabbing cut throat. Oh well, he was forced out as the Salisbury Fire Chief by the back stabbing cut throat Bryan Records and his family. Funny how Pinky Higgins has a grudge against the Station 1 Volunteers because they didn't support him for chief, they supported Tony Sterling and now Pinky is carrying that grudge some 25 years later.

Anonymous said...

You couldn't be more wrong about Culver if you tried. He's the only one whose stood by the volunteers when the county council and city have deserted them. He's taking a lot of sh** for it too. Get your facts straight 1226 because you're flat wrong on this one!