The Informal State of The City

In a 27 minute pre recorded address in his Government Center office, Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan delivered a State of the City Address that had been delayed from a Mid March date, at the osset of an ongoing pandemic. 


Coogan paid tribute to front line health workers, as well as the nine member Fall River City Council, the Fall River Legislative Delegation on Beacon Hill, and the Department Heads in Government Center for assisting him in the first year of his mayoral term. 


Coogan also outlined various housing and commercial projects underway in various parts of Fall River, and in a production created by FRGTV, showed the first renderings of the what the Bank Street Armory might look like if a New Hampshire based developer is allowed to purchase the building. 


Coogan also outlined improvements to the City Pier, as well as money set aside for streets and sidewalks.