Assemblymember Walter Mosley’s State of the District address is happening on Thursday night inside Pratt Institute’s Higgins Hall at 6:30pm. It’s free, but RSVPs are helpful so organizers can gauge headcount.
This is the public’s chance to hear early on what Mosley’s take on the past year is, and what goals and projects he has in the works for the coming year for residents of the 57th Assembly District.
The idea of a State of the District address is becoming more popular in local levels of government, having expanded out of the U.S. President’s tradition of giving a State of the Union speech every other year.
Just last month, Congressmember Hakeem Jeffries gave his State of the District address, emphasizing his focus on housing, jobs, the economy, immigration, and police-community relations.
Councilmember Laurie Cumbo will be holding her State of the District address this coming Sunday, March 1 at the Brooklyn Museum.