On Thursday, October 22, 2020, Mayor W. Reed Gusciora will be delivering his third State of the City Address.
At 6:30pm, the City of Trenton can tune in virtually at www.facebook.com/cityoftrentonnj or listen to WBCB 1490 AM radio to hear Mayor Gusciora live from Trenton Central High School.
“Although our city has faced many challenges through the months of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have persevered,” said Mayor Gusciora. “As a result, we have made progress with important initiatives. We have improved city government operations across all departments, paved miles of streets, presented strong proposals to City Council, improved the water utility, expanded recreational opportunities, reinforced the safety net for our vulnerable citizens and galvanized our partnership with law enforcement to address crime. I am excited to share the details of these successes, and more.”
Throughout the address, the community will hear from Rev. John Taylor, the pastor of Friendship Baptist Church as he delivers the invocation. Rev. Karen Hernandez-Granzen, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, will be giving the closing benediction.
In addition to the evenings events, the Trenton Police Department and Fire Department’s color guards will be doing the posting of the colors.
As the country still battles with the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Gusciora urges residents and stakeholders to tune into his virtual presentation from a safe environment.
“Together, we are meeting this time of challenge with leadership, unity, resolve, and community,” said Mayor Gusciora.
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