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Richardson State of the City Address to Highlight Major 2012 Accomplishments
Posted Date: 1/24/2013

Successes include planned $1.6 billion development at Bush Turnpike Station, largest office lease in D/FW history, construction of new regional hospital and imminent opening of “coolest movie theater in the world”

WHAT: Mayor Bob Townsend will present Richardson’s State of the City Address during an open-to-the-public event at Richardson’s Eisemann Center. During the address, he will highlight the recently announced $1.6 billion in planned developments surrounding the DART Bush Turnpike Station, among other major, recent successes.

In addition, Mayor Townsend’s remarks will focus on the Richardson City Council’s statement of goals for various “areas of excellence” and the City’s 2012 accomplishments in each of those focus areas.

The address will be available for live online viewing by the public on the City website, www.cor.net, and archived video of the remarks will also be available soon afterward on the site.

WHEN:       Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013 
                    6 p.m. – Remarks by Mayor Bob Townsend

WHERE:     Eisemann Center 
                    Bank of America Theatre 
                    2351 Performance Dr., Richardson, TX 75082 

ABOUT THE CITY OF RICHARDSON:
With nearly 100,000 residents, the City of Richardson is widely recognized for its commitment to excellence, its rich history and its bright future, all of which make Richardson a smart choice for residents and businesses. Known globally for its high-tech business leadership, the City of Richardson also offers a high quality of life, diverse array of neighborhoods, convenient Metroplex location, multi-modal transportation infrastructure and outstanding City services. Richardson has been repeatedly recognized as one of the top places to live and work by the national media, and the City remains dedicated to continuous improvement, as well as to the principles of open government and two-way communications with residents. To learn more, visit www.cor.net.