THUNDER BAY – Today at Thunder Bay City Hall, celebrations were held to mark the first 100 Days of City Council’s current term, and to launch a new exciting film. Mayor Keith Hobbs said: “A significant amount of work has gone into the first 100 days of this term. We as a Council are laying the groundwork for positive development and growth in the City. I am honoured to serve this community as Mayor.”
Councillor at Large Aldo Ruberto shares that while most people know about the Council meetings on Monday nights, few people fully understand that there are hours of committee work, all done by Councillors and the Mayor as well.
Paul Morralee, the producer of 100 Days, is billing the production as “a non political thriller” which focuses on the observations, goals and workings of City Hall since Dec. 6, 2010. Morralee says that he found his time “behind the scenes” at City Hall a “humbling experience” as it showed him how much work is ongoing behind the scenes in Thunder Bay.
Mayor Hobbs, City Councillors, and filmmaker Paul Morralee were on hand to mark the occasion by cutting the “100 Days of City Hall” cake, while also launching the trailer of a film by the same title.
The documentary takes an inside look at city government from the perspectives of elected officials and administration. It promises to be an interesting “non political thriller” as film maker Morralee has promised.
For more information on Thunder Bay visit www.thunderbay.ca. To visit film maker Paul Morralee online visit www.morvision.on.ca.