Enumclaw mayor to tell what the city has done, what’s in store for 2019

The Feb. 19 event is open to the public.

Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro.

Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro.

Mayor Jan Molinaro has a few words he would like to share with the citizens of Enumclaw.

He’ll be making a State of the City address beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19. The public is invited to attend the session, which will take place in council chambers at Enumclaw City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave.

Molinaro, who just began his second year in the city’s top office after four years on the council, said he will take the opportunity to look back on 2018 as well as take a peek at what 2019 should hold in store.

With regard to the coming months, Molinaro expects to discuss things like the city-owned swimming pool and road improvement projects. Also on his agenda is maintenance of City Hall, a building that is approaching 100 years of age.

For those interested in listening to the mayor’s address but unable to get to City Hall on Feb. 19, the message will be streamed live on ECTV. Additionally, it will be recorded and the video will be posted to the city website.

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