, Newburyport, MA


December 31, 2013

Our view: A Daily News wishlist for 2014


Salisbury: For years Salisbury Beach has been eyed for a major rehab. In 2007 the well-respected Thomson Group proposed a plan that would tear down much of the beach center and rebuild it in a style more in keeping with its Victorian roots, and geared toward year-round living. That plan withered as key landowners refused to sign on.

This year, another plan has emerged. It focuses on a slightly smaller area, but seeks to accomplish the same basic goals. Most importantly, it is being proposed by local developers including Wayne Capolupo, a Salisbury resident who has successfully redeveloped the beachfront Pavilion and other beach area developments. This may finally be the plan that changes Salisbury Beach. We will see.

We wish all of our readers a Happy New Year.

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