City of Clermont Celebrates Accomplishments, Looks Ahead
CLERMONT (Jan. 24, 2019) – Clermont’s City Manager Darren Gray delivered an exciting State of the City Update this morning at the Clermont City Center.
“It was another amazing year in Clermont, the Choice of Champions,” Gray said. “In the last year alone, we’ve brought Clermont to new heights, and together, we continue to move Clermont forward.”
Business owners, residents, real-estate agents, nonprofit organizations, local and state politicians and other principal stakeholders interested in the future of Clermont packed the room. Clermont Mayor Gail Ash welcomed the crowd with opening remarks.
Gray gave a multimedia presentation on the City of Clermont’s accomplishments in 2018 and a preview of what’s sure to be an amazing year ahead in Clermont, the Choice of Champions®.
The briefing included news about master plan projects scheduled for 2019, new businesses coming, an update on exciting enhancements to the Downtown-Waterfront District and much more.
“It’s been almost four years since our City Council adopted our award-winning Master Plan to enhance and revitalize our Downtown and Waterfront District,” Gray said. “The city is delivering on its promises.”
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Many local business owners attended the State of the City Update, including those of Corelli's Italian restaurant.
Clermont Information Technology Director Don Dennis answers questions about the Master Plan after the city manager's presentation.
Lake County Tax Collector David Jordan talks with Clermont City Councilwoman Diane Travis.
Clermont Mayor Gail Ash, Clermont City Manager Darren Gray and Lake County Sheriff Peyton Grinnell
Zane Beard, representing CFO Jimmy Patronis of the Florida Department of Financial Services, and Barry Cotton, regional political director for U.S. Senator Rick Scott, with Darren Gray.
Darren Gray and Lake County Commissioner Sean Parks