For the First Time Ever Mayor Don Ness Delivers his State of The City Address Online
Most people will be indoors tonite with the snow making it's way through the area, why not get on the internet and watch the State of the City address tonite 5:30 p.m. at Duluth2013.com after the event.
Mayor Don Ness would like to invite the public to the 2013 State of the City address on Monday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Clyde Iron Works, 2820 West Michigan Street. At the event, Mayor Ness will introduce his video address.
For his second term, Mayor Ness has set a goal for the City of Duluth to reach 90,000 residents by 2020 - a goal that would reverse 70 years of population decline and stagnation.
"Duluth is ready to grow," said Mayor Ness. "There is an emerging sense of optimism and pride in our city. Duluth features world class outdoor opportunities, an impressive art scene, strong traditional neighborhoods, and a new, vibrant entrepreneurial culture. There is something special happening here that’s tough to explain, but it’s real and it’s exciting to be part of it."
The Mayor’s video address will also be broadcast on the My9 station (6.2) at 5: 30 PM and will be available to view online at www.Duluth2013.com following the event.
Please tune into the State of the City Address: Online here
Is this the future of State of the cities across America? I just may be, Mayor Ness has said he wants to utilize the new technoloy and use it as much as possible.