LANSING, MI (WILX) -- Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s State of the City Address will take place on Feb. 5.
It will be at the Abigail, which is the former Michigan School for the Blind campus.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. with the speech to begin at 7.
It is open to the public to attend.
The mayor's office says seating will be limited and seats will fill on a first come, first served basis.
This will be Schor's third State of the City.
Schor spoke about the city's successes during his time as mayor and goals for 2019 during his State of the City address last February at the Riverwalk Theatre.
During that speech Schor laid out a plan to leverage the city's diversity and employment opportunities, repairing roads and breathing new life into the city through updates and public art, and diversifying housing for city residents.
During the 2020 State of City address people can expect Schor to highlight the city's progress and rapidly growing infrastructure that is meant to take place during the next year, as well as other goals.
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