Historic Preservation Commission approves graffiti park
SALISBURY — Salisbury’s graffiti wall area will soon get an upgrade.
The Historic Preservation Commission on Thursday approved the creation of a graffiti park at 329 S. Main St.
Right now, there are two temporary graffiti walls on the undeveloped lot. The lot is located in the Downtown Historic District.
Stephen Brown, acting as an agent for the city, said they wanted to expand the concept into a park.
The new park would start with nine 4-by-8 feet wall panels and large rocks for artists to paint. There will also be pit gravel walkways and shade trees added.
(Salisbury Post, 11/11/2016)