Fall State of the City Focuses on Progress of Infrastructure Projects
Mayor Roy D. Buol
Oct. 28, 2020 -- For Immediate Release
DUBUQUE, Iowa – Dubuque Mayor Roy D. Buol’s “State of the City” for fall 2020 focuses on the progress of critical infrastructure projects that had begun prior to the pandemic.
The address shares updates on the Bee Branch Creek railroad culverts, the Roosevelt Street Water Tower, the Southwest Arterial, and the Veterans Memorial Plaza project. Buol notes while these projects have mostly continued during the pandemic, much of life has not due to COVID-19. “It is critical that we remain vigilant in our community’s response against COVID-19 and follow the guidance of our public health and infectious disease experts,” said Buol.
The full text version of the fall 2020 State of the City appears in the November/December issue of the City News newsletter currently being mailed to utility customers. A video version is airing on CityChannel Dubuque (on Mediacom channels 8 and 117.2 and online at www.cityofdubuque.org/media) and was distributed through the City’s social media channels. Both the text version and video are also available at www.cityofdubuque.org/sotc.
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