Jose Segarra

A screen shot of Killeen's State of the City address recorded and produced by the city was made available to residents.

Killeen residents who missed the mayor give the annual State of the City address on Tuesday will get another chance — online and on-air.

The video approach is new this year, according to city spokeswoman Hilary Shine.

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VetA42

Our City Government of Killeen Texas has lost it's values except for when it comes to each one of their own pockets.
Why is it necessary for candidates to accept money from developers, Real Estate Dealers, and other Business Associated Individuals?
You can say what You want but the fact remains not all Elected Leaders of Killeen can say they maintain the Citizen's interest above the dollar they can accumulate.
I truly wish that there was a slate of potential leaders that have enough money that they don't have to do the will of others but can act in the City's best interest.
Just saying

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