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Posted on: April 25, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Community Enjoys the Town Green at the State of the City

The Board of Mayor and Commissioners pictured at the 2022 State of the City at the Town Green.

The community joined Mayor Jonathan Elmore and the city commissioners to get a sneak peak of the Town Green at the 2022 State of the City address Thursday, April 21.

Mayor Elmore discussed upcoming development projects, the financial state of the city, as well as numerous capital projects currently in progress. He also introduced Harry Hess who starts as the city's next chief of police Tuesday, April 26.

It was a beautiful evening to enjoy refreshments, the new park space and each other's company. See more images from the evening on the City's Facebook page.

Those unable to attend in person may find the script for the State of the City Address on the City's website.

Photos by Arthur Ratliff.

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