“I will share with you my perspective on where we were, what we are doing, and what I have challenged us to achieve before the year is up.” –Mayor Greg Sebourn
Tuesday evening, May 26, Mayor Greg Sebourn will present what is described as a “Mini-State of the City” at the Fullerton Library from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
We’re pretty sure the city’s press release isn’t supposed to suggest that Fullerton is a miniature state, so we assume it is a truncated version of the State of the City presented in March as a fundraiser for the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce. That audience, reported to be in excess of 300 in number, paid $75 each ($65 for Chamber members) for lunch and the speech, but you can hear it for free at the library, or read the full text of it, including breaks for applause, at this link:
If you want to see the accompanying videos, you’ll just have to show up Tuesday night. The press release promises that Mayor Sebourn will take audience questions following his address, so start making you list,
The 5:30 start time is lamentably early for many people who won’t be able to get home from work in time to catch the program. Perhaps a micro version for working people can be presented at a later date.