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Posted on: August 18, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Mayor Irvin hosts 100th Day Event

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Since his first day in office on Wednesday, May 10, Mayor Richard C. Irvin has been dubbed "the mayor on the move" as he strives to build one Aurora - a community that works together to make the City of Lights an ideal place to live, work and visit.


Mayor Irvin will reflect on progress made during the first three months and outline plans for the immediate future during a community event on his 100th day in office next Friday.

The 100th Day Progress Report - Keeping It 100 - is open to the public and will be held on Friday, August 18 at 1:00 p.m. in Aurora University's Crimi Auditorium, 1347 Prairie Street. 

"We hit the ground running on the first day and have been working hard ever since," said Mayor Richard C. Irvin. "I've learned so much from personally meeting with hundreds of residents, business owners and City staff these past three months. I look forward to recapping what has happened and announcing exciting projects on the horizon, including significant initiatives taking place in the very near future."  


Mayor Irvin and members of his administration will focus on the areas of economic development, public safety and education while also highlighting initiatives in community involvement and government efficiency and accessibility.   In addition, a report from the Mayor's Transition Team will be provided to the community. The report includes recommendations made from the transition team's subcommittees and input from attendees at the town hall meetings held in June. 

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