Mayor Iorio to Venture to New Tampa

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For Immediate Release

 

Mayor to Take State of the City Presentation to New Tampa

Tampa, Fla. (March 14, 2007) – Mayor Pam Iorio will present the State of the City in New Tampa during her first town hall meeting of 2007 on Wednesday, March 28. The meeting will be held at Tampa Palms Elementary School in the Media Center, located at 6100 Tampa Palms Boulevard from 6 to 8 p.m.

The meeting is being held to present the State of the City, a yearly review, and to provide updates on New Tampa projects and initiatives. All town hall meetings are free and open to the public and are organized to bring city government closer to the people. City administrators and department representatives will be available to answer questions on a variety of topics.

This is the third year Mayor Iorio will present her State of the City in New Tampa.

For additional information, please contact Shannon Edge, Neighborhood & Community Relations Director, at (813) 274-7835.

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This is the day after the run-off election.  Given the voter turnout, is anyone willing to bet that there won’t be a lot of residents disguised as empty seats?  If you look up apathy in the dictionary, it says: See Also – Tampa, New.

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