Mayor: City is strong and healthy,
vitals good with room to improve
Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire spoke about the city’s strength and how city programs and work focus on building community health during his State of the City address March 17 at the Omni Vikings Lake Hotel.
Maguire spoke to around 150 city, community, and business leaders in attendance at the morning event. All were welcomed to share in a toast for good luck in a traditional St. Patrick’s Day toast.
“After everything we’ve been through over the past two years, let’s all lift our coffee cups and toast ‘Sláinte’ or ‘health’ in Gaelic,” Maguire said. “We’ve learned more than we’d like: not to take our health for granted, and to monitor, plan for, and protect our health now, and into the future.”
Maguire made the query and asked how is the state of Eagan’s public, civic health and what is the state of the city’s overall community health.
“Are we now healthy or are there lingering symptoms?” Maguire said.
“Our community’s health is rooted first in the health of our people and
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