Salisbury News for Jan. 4, 2018

SALISBURY — The Conservation Commission has acquired two wildlife cameras for use by Salisbury folk. The cameras can be mounted on a tree or a post on your property and record activity 24 hours a day. During daylight hours the images will be in color and at night in black and white; the cameras also contain an SD card. The cameras are available through the Salisbury Public Library and may be signed out for two weeks. Library hours are Tuesdays from 3-6 p.m., Thursdays 2-5 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.-noon.
The Salisbury library is asking people to not donate any more books to the library at this time. Librarian Ruth Bernstein is currently entering the collection into a computer program and does not need additions at this time. Leaving books on the steps is especially bothersome as it means she has to find time and ways to dispose of them. Thank you for your help.

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