“I am grateful to the volunteer members of the committee for their dedication and commitment to serving on this board,” Driscoll said in a press release. “Ensuring taxpayers’ and state matching dollars are used in the most positive, transparent, and effective manner possible is an extremely important component of the CPA process. I look forward to working with the committee and the City Council to see that we make the most of this opportunity and accomplish projects that will make Salem an even greater and more vibrant community.”
For details on Salem’s CPA ordinance or committee, visit www.salem.com and click on “Boards & Commissions” on the left side.
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