Brockton: Mayor Shares Successes and Plans Moving Forward During State of the City Address (Audio Report)

Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter touched upon a number of accomplishments, changes and new initiatives during his State of the City Address on Friday night.

The mayor discussed a new downtown parking garage, a reduced price of $78 million to possibly purchase the Aquaria water desalination plant and reviewing the city’s discrimination and diversity policies. 

Here’s WATD’s Kevin Tocci with the details.

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Lt Governor Karyn Polito making opening remarks at Brockton’s State of the City Address.


Ambassador Ray Flynn introducing Mayor Bill Carpenter. Seated behind the Ambassador is Chief of Staff Darren Duarte and Bishop Tony Branch


Mayor Bill Carpenter heading to the stage to give his State of the City Address.


Mayor Bill Carpenter delivering his speech at the War Memorial Building.


Mayor Bill Carpenter delivering his speech as members of the Brockton City Council and legislative delegation look on from the audience.




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About Kevin Tocci

Kevin Tocci is a Brockton area reporter, news anchor and host of Monday Night Talk which airs on Monday nights at 6:15 p.m. on 95.9FM WATD.