Concerned Citizens of Thunder Bay – A lot of concerns were voiced


letters to NNLAs one of the spokespersons for the Concerned Citizens of Thunder Bay, I would like to thank all of those people who attended our meeting on November 29th. Also, I would like to thank Mayor Keith Hobbs and the various local media outlets in showing interest in our cause.

A lot of concerns were voiced with regards to crime, mental health, addictions, racism and city debt. It will not be an easy road to overcome these challenges. One of the suggestions brought up in this initial meeting was find out what resources the city has to address these issues and what they have done so far. I look forward to more people getting involved with our group in the New Year, as it’s an open invitation for all citizens of our city to voice their concerns and offer their input.

In closing, I wish all to have a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

Andy Wolff

You can visit the Concerned Citizen’s Group online on Facebook

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Andy Wolff ran as a candidate for Current River Ward Councillor in the 2010 Municipal Election. He is a Citizen Representative for Thunder Bay’s Anti-Racism Advisory Committee.