Mayor Robert G. Ortt to deliver state of City of North Tonawanda addressby jmaloni
City of North Tonawanda Mayor Robert G. Ortt will deliver the State of the City address Feb. 5 at Webster's Bistro & Bar, 102 Webster St.
The State of the City presentation is open to the public and will be delivered at 1 p.m. The address will immediately follow a luncheon, which begins at noon and is presented by the Rotary Club of the Tonawandas. The cost of the luncheon is $15 per person. RSVP by Jan. 24.
Highlights of the address will include the continuing need to keep costs and taxes down; looking at new ways to deliver services; infrastructure upgrades; the rehabilitation of Oliver Street; and continuing to bring city government into the 21st century through technology upgrades.
Due to space restrictions, seating is limited to the first 75 people for the luncheon. For more information on the luncheon, contact Bill Miles, Rotary Club secretary, at 716-583-1413.
The mayor will also have copies of the State of the City address available for the public at the Feb. 18 Common Council meeting, and they will also be available in the mayor's office.