Killeen Mayor Debbie Nash-King to Deliver First State of the City Address
Killeen, Texas mayor Debbie Nash-King will deliver her first State of the City address at 4:00 PM Tuesday, March 14 at the City Hall Council Chamber located at 101 N. College St.
If you're like me, you try to stay on top of what's happening in our city, so you'll definitely need to turn up or tune in for this important public address.
HOW CAN I WATCH KILLEEN'S STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS?
The community is definitely encouraged to attend this meeting. You're welcome to sit in the audience at the Council Chamber, but if you can't make it out in person, there are options.
You can stream the address online at killeentexas.gov. The City's website will host a live feed, then make a recording available for anyone who missed it.
Watch It On TV
If you want to catch the address on TV, you can tune in to Spectrum Cable Channel 10.
What Will Be Discussed in the Address?
Our mayor will will address a number of topics including expanded services for citizens, park renovations and upgrades estimated in the millions of dollars, $1 million+ in grants awarded to local businesses and nonprofits, revitalization efforts in North and Downtown Killeen, and new safety technology for our first responders.
Will The City Council Meet As Usual?
Yes. The Killeen City Council will meet at 5:00 PM following Mayor Nash-King's address.
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