New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Thursday ran the gamut from major development projects to hardening the city from storm damage to calls for a styrofoam ban in his mostly ceremonial 12th and final state of the city address.

Speaking at the new Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn – which itself withstood years of legal challenges – Bloomberg touted economic growth over his three terms. Term limits will force him out on Dec. 31.

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