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Tempe State of the City Address 2011 Tempe State of the City Address 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • State of the City Address by Mayor Hugh HallmanTempe: Beyond the Horizon
  • Getting to a Balanced Budget Business Technology Tourism Development
  • Brookings Institute: Overall Economic Recovery
  • Crime Rates
  • Vacancy Rates Around the Valley
  • New Restaurants
  • Storefront Improvement Program
  • Unemployment
  • Multifamily Housing
  • Tempe’s Urban Core
  • Dam Replacement
  • Salt River – Before Town Lake
  • Tempe Beach Park
  • Refilling Town Lake
  • Tempe Innovation
  • Town Lake Pedestrian Bridge
  • Tempe: Always Urban
  • Mill and Lake District: 2004
  • Downtown Densities
  • Building Heights
  • Permanent Infrastructure
  • Apache Boulevard Then
  • GRIGIO METRO
  • Apache ASL Trails
  • Apache Station
  • Tempe Streetcar Project
  • ASU Sun Devil Stadium
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • ASU Athletic Facilities District
  • Thank youfor attending
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