How to Watch Patterson's State of the County Address Live Tonight

It's happening at 7 p.m.; here's the link to the livestream.

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson will deliver his 19th State of the County Address on Thursday night, and you can follow along with this livestream broadcast

The event, broadcast by CivicCenterTV.com, will begin at 7 p.m.

According to a news release from the county, Patterson's speech will focus on "positive economic signs for Oakland County and the latest developments in job attraction, technology, management and budget, and quality of life."

The Thursday night event, which will be held at Detroit Country Day School in front of an invitation-only audience of 500, is the biggest for Patterson since he returned to office after being injured in a car accident last August. 

In addition to outlining the state of the county, Patterson will announce the winner of his annual Elite 40-Under-40 competition. Finalists were Rochester Hills philanthropist and businessman Ziad Kassab;  co-founder of a physical therapy and personal training service; and Troy businessman Ajay Chawla.

Watch the address here: www.streammichigan.com/state-of-the-county/

A Scott Dietlin February 08, 2013 at 01:36 PM
To bad the weather didn't knock out the power to Oakland County so we no one had to watch Ricky Dicky Snyder's twin make his annual speech. Like I really care what Brooks has to say. It's usually all lies, like is buddy up there in Lansing! That is why come next Saturday I will be a Macomb County resident!
Mark Itall February 08, 2013 at 11:22 PM
Seeya! Yes, it would be a great improvement if we had a high class Democrat like Robert McNamara, Robert Ficano or Kwame Kilpatrick to run Oakland County. Then we too could have sweetheart croney deals, illegal payments, inflated salaries, massive public debt, extortion, unqualified pals on the payroll and a steady stream of employees going to court to plead guilty to extortion, bribery, etc. Not to mention rampant unemployment. Wow, can't wait.
James Redd February 09, 2013 at 01:06 AM
Well written
Bob February 09, 2013 at 04:29 PM
Give it twenty years. We'll get there.


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