HARLINGEN — Mayor Chris Boswell today will highlight his administration’s accomplishments during the last five years in his annual state of the city address.
Boswell, who is running for a fourth term in office, will speak on topics such the city’s financial status, major projects, economic development and public services.
Boswell also will share his vision for 2016.
“There are a lot of positive things that have happened in the last year and a lot of positive things that have happened in the last five years,” Boswell said yesterday. “
I’m very upbeat about what we’re been able to share with the community.”
Boswell, an attorney, first won election in 1998, serving as a city commissioner until 2007, when he won the mayor’s seat.
The Harlingen Rotary Club of Harlingen will host the event from noon to 1 p.m. at Casa de Amistad.
Admission is free while lunch tickets will be sold for $12 at the door on a first-come, first-serve basis.
For ticket information, call 956-425-8821.