Carlsbad’s elected officials like to describe their city as a special place, where scenic beauty mirrors civic harmony. Unlike other city leaders, there’s no need for our mayor to summarize, in a public address, the city’s achievements and challenges the previous year, identify opportunities and threats in the years ahead, and outline the titular city leader’s plans to address them.
In North County’s Camelot, a 15-minute video rolled out at a pricey Chamber of Commerce dutch treat luncheon is designed to show there’s simply not a more congenial spot than right here in our Village by the Sea.
This year’s State of the City Luncheon will be held at the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa on August 18. You may reserve a seat at the table now for $59, or pay $99 at the door. If you’re a Chamber member you merit a more modest $69 late fee. Members may also claim a table for ten for $625, no late fee required. [Read more…]