Stamford's mayor touts new era of economic development in State of City address

In his State of the City address Wednesday, Stamford?s mayor described the strides the city has made as unbelievable. As Mayor Dan Malloy addressed nearly 400 members of the city's chamber of commerce,

News 12 Staff

Apr 12, 2006, 9:37 PM

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Stamford's mayor touts new era of economic development in State of City address
In his State of the City address Wednesday, Stamford?s mayor described the strides the city has made as unbelievable. As Mayor Dan Malloy addressed nearly 400 members of the city's chamber of commerce, he touted the many projects bringing the city into a new era of economic development. He highlighted the revitalization in Stamford? South End, citing the 70 parcels of industrial land that are set to be demolished to make way for the urban transitway. He also made note of the acquisition of the Royal Bank of Scotland, which will be built on Washington Boulevard. Stamford did see a spike in crime earlier this year, but Malloy didn't make mention of the violence during his address. He did, however, make several references to his bid for governor and said if elected he promises Wednesday?s speech won't be his last in his home city.


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