“A Time for Action,” the City of San Angelo’s “State of the City” video, is planned to air six times daily on SATV, the City’s government access television channel.
The 19-minute video can be watched at 6 a.m., 7 a.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. daily. Additionally, the video is posted on the City’s YouTube channel at youtube.com/CityofSanAngelo and on the City’s website at cosatx.us.
The video touches on accomplishments within San Angelo’s municipal government over the past year and looks ahead to action on the City Council’s five stated priorities. Those are: water, streets, a new police station, employee pay and development processes. As an example, the City Council has approved an $80 million, 10-year plan to rebuild San Angelo’s worst streets. Construction on the first project, Martin Luther King Drive, begins in the fall.
The video was produced by City videographer Brian Groves and Public Information Officer Anthony Wilson. This is the second straight year the City’s two-man public information office has produced a state of the city video.
“Brian and I were proud of last year’s video, which was well received by viewers,” Wilson said in a press release. “But this year’s version, without question, represents a marked improvement in the presentation. We’re eager for citizens to see it and to learn more about what their city government is doing to serve them.”