The Lynchburg City Council has been nearly silent on the issue, and there is no legislation about the opioid epidemic at the local level in the works.
The Opioid Epidemic in Lynchburg City: “It’s here”
Wm. Everette Young

What can the city council do? Most city councils can’t make a decision on whether or not to tear down a dilapidated, antiquated historical building. This issue seems impossible when kids are willing to stick a needle in their body to get high. Once you put the needle in your blood, you are more than likely an addict for life.

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