Study finds economy is mayors' top concern

New York • Economic development, infrastructure and public safety were top concerns as U.S. mayors summed up the state of their cities this year. But current events helped frame those long-standing issues in discussions of inequality, race and police-community relations. That’s according to a National League of Cities analysis of State of the City speeches by 100 mayors this year. It’s being released Thursday. The sample reflects a range of population sizes and geographic regions. The texts were...

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