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Mayor Patrick Keefe delivers State of the City Address

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By The Advocate


Mayor Patrick Keefe delivered his first official State of the City address on Wednesday evening at the Susan B. Anthony Auditorium, where he set the tone for optimism and unity.

As city and state delegates, along with a packed audience sat in attendance, Keefe spoke on a long list of accomplishments and improvements that benefit all residents of the city with the new high school project front and center, as well as touting all the progress made throughout the city, including Innovative development, strides in affordable housing and benefits for seniors.

The mayor delivered a message that highlighted his love for the city and his belief its best days lie ahead.

“DO I sound optimistic?” he asked the audience and viewers. “It’s because I am. I believe in Revere. And I want to share that optimism with everyone no matter where you stand. That is the unity I envision, the shared optimism, and we will build unstoppable momentum.”

“We can make history, beginning right now, right here,” stated Keefe. “Join me, and let’s launch Revere into the future.”

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