Mayor Sly James delivers his sixth State of the City Speech on Tuesday. In a departure from the normal daytime schedule, he’ll speak at night to an audience at the Nelson-Atkins Museum auditorium. The room is fully booked, but people will be able to watch the speech on the city’s cable channel, and it will be live streamed.
Mayor Sly James delivers his sixth State of the City Speech on Tuesday. In a departure from the normal daytime schedule, he’ll speak at night to an audience at the Nelson-Atkins Museum auditorium. The room is fully booked, but people will be able to watch the speech on the city’s cable channel, and it will be live streamed. Star file photo
Mayor Sly James delivers his sixth State of the City Speech on Tuesday. In a departure from the normal daytime schedule, he’ll speak at night to an audience at the Nelson-Atkins Museum auditorium. The room is fully booked, but people will be able to watch the speech on the city’s cable channel, and it will be live streamed. Star file photo

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