Mount Vernon Mayor To Deliver State Of The City Address

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Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis will deliver the State of the City Address on Wednesday, March 26.
Mount Vernon Mayor Ernie Davis will deliver the State of the City Address on Wednesday, March 26. Photo Credit: www.cmvny.com

MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- Mayor Ernie Davis will deliver the State of the City Address in City Council Chambers on Wednesday, March 26, at 7 p.m. 

The mayor will provide updates on projects and accomplishments over the previous year and will discuss future infrastructure projects, plans for economic development and proposals with long-range benefits to the city. 

Those wanting to attend are asked to show up 20 minutes before the address, as seating is limited.

The speech will also be live-streamed via the city’s website at www.cmvny.com.

The City Council Chambers are in City Hall, 1 Roosevelt Square. 

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I don't know why my comments are being deleted by the DV. Maybe they've been threatened by Mt. Vernon Mayor Davis for publishing truthful comments by concerned citizens?
I'll write it again. Expect Davis's speech to be a litany of lies about all the so-called positive things he's done, and promises that will never be fulfilled.

The speech will be followed by a city council meeting, which will give a more accurate picture of what's actually happening in MV. The mayor's address will be about what should be happening but isn't. The first half dozen rows will be packed with his supporters and city hall employees, leaving little room for the rest of us. This event is all about self promotion, not about the city and it's desperate problems.

yeah i no.library thing getting out now. 2 bad. but was supposed 2 b seperate long time ago.

$$$. but rather support library then double dippers. we dont get vote on that.

or mt vernon dems. ernie and pals 2 much. u hear about them wanting $$ to fix up the headquarters???! 7 % hike, people out of work- hey let's get new furniture!!! LOL. r u kiddin?!

I don't support the Libary tax. It's another unjustifiable tax on top of other unjustifiable tax burdens, and the people just can't afford to be putting out more money. And especially for the Library, which is already funded by the state and various grants. Why do they want millions more from us?