Nashua mayor to deliver State of the City
"I try to use this speech as an opportunity to tell the people of Nashua where different projects are heading, and every year I share interesting accomplishments from throughout the city," said Lozeau.
"I intend to point out some specific people, update residents on the Broad Street Parkway project and various city buildings," she said. "I do get kind of anxious about it because there is such a limited amount of time, and I always want to tell more."
On Wednesday morning, Lozeau will be addressing the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce with different topics from her State of the City speech. Instead of reading the speech to chamber members as she typically does, Lozeau is switching things up this year and taking a different approach in an effort to engage the audience.
During last year's State of the City address, Lozeau said Nashua is continuing on a track of great success by embracing new challenges, preparing for the future and working hard as a collective community.
By working within a balanced budget, attracting businesses, improving infrastructure, updating capital equipment, providing quality education and protecting citizens, the city is thriving, Lozeau said at the time, adding all of the successes have been possible while keeping the tax burden reasonable.
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