Two Eastern Salisbury Wards Could Get Redrawn
Population changes in wards 2 and 3 in Eastern Salisbury could change the districts' boundaries.
Residents who live in Eastern Salisbury Township might have to vote at different polls if their wards are redrawn because of population changes.
The Board of Commissioners and consulting firm Urban Research and Development Corp. are studying the possibility of redistricting wards 2 and 3 because of a disparity in population based on the 2010 Census. The wards are supposed to contain approximately equal populations.
Residents in Ward 2, an area near Laubach Park, currently vote at Eastern Salisbury Fire Department and are represented by Commissioner James Seagreave, a Democrat.
Residents in Ward 3, which spans portions of Eastern and Western Salisbury, currently vote at the Salisbury Township Municipal Building and Salisbury Middle School, and are represented by Commissioner Debra Brinton, a Republican.