Mayor Villaraigosa gave his final State of the City speech Tuesday evening at UCLA's Royce Hall. Below is his statement following the speech and links to view it in case you missed it.
To My Fellow Angelenos,
I write to you tonight to thank you for the privilege of serving as your Mayor for the past eight years. Together we have been on a journey as Los Angeles continues its march into the future.
I hope you had the chance to join me last night at UCLA's Royce Hall as I delivered my eighth and final State of the City address. I was fortunate enough to have the time to tell my story and demonstrate how after the worst recession in generations, LA is once again "On the Move."
None of the work we have accomplished in the past eight years could have been done without the partnership, collaboration and teamwork of so many Angelenos and for that you have my deepest gratitude.
If you were unable to attend the speech, I invite you to view the introductory video, "LA Voices," and the speech itself, which can be accessed via the links below.
LA Voices: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
State of the City address:
Antonio R. Villaraigosa