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City of Quincy: State of the City Address 2017:

Mayor Thomas P. Koch and City Councilor President Kirsten L. Hughes

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 @ 7:00 p.m.

@ City Hall: City Council Chambers: 1305 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA


State of the City Address Information:

The State of the City Address is a speech customarily given once each year by the Mayor of the City of Quincy, Massachusetts in the United States and the City Councilor President of the City of Quincy, Massachusetts in the United States. The timing, venue and purpose of a State of the City Address can vary significantly depending on local history and practice.

 

In the City of Quincy, Massachusetts, by law or tradition, the State of the City Address is delivered to the City Councilor of the City of Quincy, School Committee of the City of Quincy, State Delegation of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Just as often, the presentation is given to - or even given at the invitation of members of a local business organization or a prominent local charity. Either way, the State of the City Address is usually used to outline the mayor's and city councilor president's legislative proposals and policy directions for the upcoming year.

 

Jimmy Hui, President/Chief Executive Officer at The Jimmy Hui Foundation & The Happy Acres Foundation office is very pleased to announce that City of Quincy will host their State of the City Address 2017 begins on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall: 1305 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA to opens for the residents, persons with disabilities, citizens, elected officials, City of Quincy employees and the public are welcome to come as the seating are limited in the City Council Chambers throughout the evening's program.

 

City Clerk Nicole L. Crispo is in the charge of the Master of Ceremonies for the State of the City Address every year right after the New Year's Eve and New Year's Day weekend which it would be a great opportunity for the City of Quincy have a chance to deliver their remarks to layout their 2017 legislative proposal agenda from Mayor Thomas P. Koch and City Councilor President Kirsten L. Hughes.

 

Mayor Thomas P. Koch will deliver his remarks for the State of the City Address in the City Council Chambers at City Hall directly with the Members of the City Councilor, Members of the School Committee, Members of the State Delegation, City of Quincy employees and the citizens of Quincy to layout with his 2017 mayor's legislative proposals and policy directions for the future of the City of Quincy.

 

Following after Mayor Tom Koch's remarks for the State of the City Address, City Clerk Nicole L. Crispo will call upon for the Members of the City Councilor to vote for their colleagues, Ward 5 City Councilor Kirsten L. Hughes will continue to serve for the 2nd term as role of the City Councilor President in the City Council Chambers at City Hall during the State of the City Address.

 

City Councilor President Kirsten L. Hughes will deliver his remarks for the State of the City Address in the City Council Chambers at City Hall directly with Mayor Tom Koch, Members of the City Councilor, Members of the School Committee, Members of the State Delegation, City of Quincy employees and the citizens of Quincy to layout with her 2017 city councilor president's legislative proposal and policy directions for the future of the City of Quincy.

 

Quincy Access Television (QATV):

The Quincy Access Television will broadcast live coverage of the State of the City Address 2017 at City Hall throughout the evening which it will be on QATV Channel 11.

 

Parking Lot for the State of the City Address 2017: **Handicap Accessible are available**

* Santander Bank: 1150 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA

* Citizen's Bank: 1200 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA

* President's Place: 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA

* Quincy Center Parking Lot

* Quincy Public Schools Administration Office: 34 Coddington Street, Quincy, MA

 

Public Transportation provided by: MBTA:

* Red Line stops at Quincy Center Station

* Bus Route #210, #211, #212, #214, #216, #220, #221 and #222 stops at Quincy Center Station

* Bus Route #230, #238 and #245 stops at Quincy Center

 

The Ride

Pick Up and Drop Off for the disabled persons at Quincy Center Station and walk ramp towards to the City Hall.

 

For more information on the State of the City Address 2017 program, please contact City Clerk Nicole L. Crispo can be reached at (617) 376-1132 or e-mail: ncrispo@quincyma.gov or Assistant City Clerk Joseph J. Newton can be reached at (617) 376-1145 or e-mail: jnewton@quincyma.gov with any questions or concerns.