State of Manhattan
On February 10th Mayor Mark Burton will lead us in a revamped State of Manhattan at the Joslyn Center from 7:30 AM-10:00 AM. Building on the State of the City we will hear how the City is preparing for 2016 and will also have updates on what many of your local civic organizations are doing in 2016. Having the opportunity to discuss the coming year with not only the City of Manhattan Beach but many of the groups who work alongside the City will provide invaluable insight.
Mayor Mark Burton will address not only the financial outlook of Manhattan Beach but many of the key issues facing the City. 2016 promises to be a transformative year for Manhattan Beach with projects ranging from infrastructure and programming to redevelopment and zoning. Every resident of Manhattan Beach will be directly affected by decisions made this year. Come not only to hear what is on the horizon but get your questions answered.
Civic organizations such as the business improvement districts, the Chamber, and other associations work for various subsects of the Manhattan Beach community. With such a robust plan by the City being prepared it is important to also understand what each of these groups are preparing to do. Being a conduit of their constituencies’ voices with government and other groups is just one of the many things these organizations focus on. If you have not had the opportunity to meet these folks the State of Manhattan presents a wonderful opportunity to.
The State of Manhattan promises to be an informative, insightful, and engaging opportunity to meet and question leaders from each segment of Manhattan Beach. The Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce is honored to be able to bring this program together in an effort of uniting Manhattan Beach as we march into 2016.