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Ali Glisson, Public Affairs Director
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MEDIA ADVISORY - PHOTO OPPORTUNITY - Mayor Buckhorn to Give State of the City Address at Armature Works in Historic Tampa Heights
 
Tampa, FL March 24, 2014 -
WHAT:

Mayor Bob Buckhorn will give his third State of the City Address inside the Armature Works Building in historic Tampa Heights on Tuesday, March 25, 2014.

The event is free and open to the public.

After the event, the media and the public are invited to tour the progress happening at Water Works Park, a short distance from the Armature Works Building. The City of Tampa is currently renovating Water Works Park and restoring Ulele Spring, and in addition, Richard Gonzmart is transforming the Water Works Building, one of Tampa’s original water pumping stations built in 1903, into Ulele, a restaurant and brewery serving unique foods and spirits by fusing elements from a rich variety of Native American and multicultural cuisines. The park and restaurant are scheduled to open in the next few months. Both investments, along with The Heights Development, are key in transforming historic Tampa Heights and connecting the neighborhood to downtown Tampa.

WHO:

Mayor Bob Buckhorn

WHEN:

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
10:30 a.m.

WHERE:

Armature Works Building
1910 N. Ola Ave.
Tampa

PARKING:

Parking is free and available for the public in the grass lot just north off of Palm Ave. and N. Ola Ave.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS:

TV media planning to go out live either before or after the event should enter the property near the intersection of 7th Ave. and N. Ola Ave. Parking for live trucks will be in the rear of the building, closest to the Hillsborough River.

A mult box and media risers will be provided.

CONTACT:

Ali Glisson, Public Affairs Director
(813) 274-8262
(813) 390-7455- Cell
ali.glisson@tampagov.net


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