Mayor Melvin Carter delivered his annual “State of Our City” address on Tuesday, April 18, at the Oxford Recreation Center. During his nearly 30 minute speech he highlighted many of the city’s accomplishments in the past year, including strides made in gun crime reduction and progress toward St. Paul’s sustainability goals. He also laid out his priorities for the upcoming year,  which include pursuing a 1% sales tax ballot measure in St. Paul and an amendment to the city’s legislative code requiring the safe storage of firearms.  Watch the address: stpaul.gov/state-our-city-2023

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