“We’re making progress each and every day”

Mayor A.J. Holloway outlined dozens of recovery and improvement projects either underway or in the works during his State of the City address today, and he also said the city is moving forward on major projects that were being talked about before the storm, particularly east-west and north-south traffic corridors.

“It’s been 29 months and 14 days since Hurricane Katrina devastated our community,” Holloway told a sold-out audience of 700 during a Biloxi Bay Chamber of Commerce-sponsored luncheon at the Beau Rivage. “I am proud to say that we are making progress each and every day here in Biloxi.”

“Our potential and our promise,” he added, “are greater today than at any other time in our history. We are on the right track.”

More online coverage

—To read a recap of the 30-minute speech, click here.

—To see dozens of photographs from the luncheon, click here.

—To see online video of the mayor’s speech, click here.

Replay on cable TV

Cable One will air the mayor’s State of the City address on Tuesday at 8 and 10 a.m. and 8 and 10 p.m. on Cable 13 in Biloxi.