Premiere scheduled for Friday, February 19, 1 p.m.
CLINTON TOWNSHIP – Clinton Township Supervisor Bob Cannon’s annual State of the Township will be different this year.
“Typically, I would give my address inside our beautiful Clinton Macomb Public Library auditorium with several hundred residents and business owners in attendance, but not this year,” said Cannon.
Instead, Cannon’s annual message to the Township will premiere as a video on Clinton Township Television’s YouTube channel at 1 p.m. on Friday, February 19. A link to the premiere will be posted to the Township’s website at clintontownship.com.
“Premiering the State of the Township on our YouTube channel is the best alternative given the limitations of indoor gatherings,” said Cannon. “Of course, the program will also broadcast on our cable television channels on Comcast, WOW, and AT&T.”
Cannon will highlight the accomplishments and challenges of the past year during his address and added that he’s looking forward to sharing news about projects and events planned for 2021.
“We are excited about implementing our strategic plan, which includes a new Township website, as well as utilizing the concepts and ideas from the Groesbeck corridor study,” said Cannon. “There are plans for more bike paths and a pedestrian hike-bike path over the north branch of the Clinton River on Cass Avenue that will connect our Civic Center site with the George George Park,” he said.
Cannon added that he looks forward to completing the Garfield Road replacement project’s final phase and is excited about the Wall That Heals’ return in August.
For cable TV subscribers in Clinton Township, Cannon’s address will air on Comcast Channel 5, WOW Channel 10, and AT&T Channel 99 at 2 p.m. on February 19 and repeat for several weeks.
For many years, the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce hosted Cannon’s annual message, which included breakfast, paid for with sponsor support, and a variety of guest speakers.
“The Chamber, with Kelly Lovati as Director, works hard to attract and welcome businesses that locate or expand in communities throughout Macomb County,” said Cannon.
Clinton Township Television (CTTV), on YouTube, has more than 930 subscribers, who can expect an email notification once the State of the Township is uploaded. After its premiere, the video will remain posted for viewing at youtube.com/CTTV.