Efforts made to make road safer in village

SALISBURY  — The many vehicle-versus-pedestrian crashes in the past few years (including one that was fatal), have prompted discussion about ways to make the center of Salisbury village safer.

In a letter to the editor of The Lakeville Journal in the Sept. 19 edition, journalist and author Tom Shachtman estimated the number of crashes at about two dozen in the past five years. Shachtman himself was hit and badly injured in one of those incidents. 

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