Lake Worth Mayor, Renè A. Varela, will be issuing his second annual State of the City Address on Wednesday, February 9th, 2011 at 7:00 pm in the Lake Worth Playhouse. During his address, the Mayor will provide a report on the current condition of the City and outline his plan and vision for improvement. Highlights of the speech will include updates on the current state of the City’s finances, utilities, blight and crime statistics; providing Lake Worth residents and business owners with a better understanding of where the City currently stands and how these challenges can be overcome. The address is designed to be a continuing commitment by the Mayor to deliver an annual State of the City Addresses to the residents and business owners of the City. Mayor Varela feels that this effort extends the promotion of transparent government and keeps the community informed and up to date on the progress being made. The event is free of charge and open to all interested residents of the City.
"Your commitment and the commitment of the people in the City to be able to do these infrastructure projects will play well when we are able to bring a project before the legislature. Asking the legislature for all the money to do a project almost never works. The City has to have skin in the game too. And so the large commitment you are talking about making, if that moves through, I will then be able to go to the legislature and say 'the citizens of the City have made the commitment to do it,' now it's up to us to try to find a way to help." -- State Senator Jeff Clemens, June 17, 2014, Lake Worth City Commission meeting commenting on the LW2020 Bond vote on August 26.
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