Mayor to deliver “State of Enumclaw” address

The address is scheduled for Feb. 24.

Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro

Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro

Want to know what the city of Enumclaw is up to these days or, perhaps, what the future holds?

Those topics and more will be covered Wednesday, Feb. 24, when Mayor Jan Molinaro delivers his third annual “State of the City” address. His 6:30 p.m. talk will be available to the public several ways: it will be livestreamed at cityofenumclaw.net (click “How Do I” on the home page, then click “Watch” and “Live Stream”); additionally, it will be broadcast on ECTV (for in-city Comcast customers, turn to channel 21); finally, the mayor’s address will be recorded and posted to the city website.

Molinaro’s talk will run somewhere between an hour and 90 minutes and will be divided into three categories – city accomplishments during 2020, key projects slated for 2021 and a vision for the next four years.


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