Rotary Clock

This week at committee, Council approved the Rotary Club of Aurora’s proposal to install a Rotary clock at Aurora Town Square (this will need to be ratified at Council). I want to thank the Rotary Club for their generous donation, which will undoubtedly enhance the beauty of our Town Square. The Rotary Club not only covers the estimated $26k cost of the clock itself but also takes financial responsibility for its annual maintenance, repair, and eventual replacement, ensuring no additional costs to the Town.

If you are not aware Rotary clocks, often donated by local Rotary clubs, are commonly found in central locations within municipalities, such as downtown centers, parks, and waterfronts and our Town Square is a perfect location for this to be placed.

As I’ve mentioned before, we’re incredibly fortunate to have organizations and volunteers like those at the Rotary Club of Aurora who continually give back to our community.

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Aurora, and I eagerly anticipate the installation of our new Rotary Clock in Town Square!


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