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Martin Delivers State of City Address

Says Stamford is safe, financially stable, livable

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Stamford, CT | Added on April 25, 2015 At 08:56 AM

Mayor David Martin gave his second State of the City Address Thursday, praising Stamford for being a safe, livable, financially stable city. Continuing with its Triple AAA bond rating, the Mayor says Stamford saves millions on borrowing. And he says that’s important, especially with the City issuing a $50 million bond offer to support the Capital Budget. Mayor Martin says he’s also making a commitment to pay the city’s long term unfunded obligations.

Stamford also remains the safest city in New England. Martin was proud to say Stamford doubled school patrols over the past year, took measures to crack down on distracted driving and keeping the streets safe, installed surveillance cameras in the city, and more.

The third largest city in the State, the Mayor says Stamford’s growth is a sign of success. He says there are $6 billion in projects in the City’s Downtown and South End, with an expected new 15,000 residents.

Martin says he is proud of Stamford’s progress and will continue to move the City forward in all these areas and more. 


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