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Nothing but positives Allison K. Sampite | Fri, Sep 03 2010 12:00 PM

Mayor Ron Morrison just made a movie. Well, kind of.

He and other colleagues finished filming his state of the city address Tuesday, which will be shown Thursday, Sept. 9, at Cornerstone Church in National City.

Morrison's address will discuss issues that affect National City residents, such as the budget, but in a positive way.

"We want to celebrate the successes and challenges of National City," Morrison said.

"Instead of getting together and saying 'oh poor us' we celebrate ... and it's all free."

Vice Mayor Alejandra Sotelo-Solis, who is running against Morriosn in the fall, said it's important for the mayor to focus on the condition the city is in, including the fiscal impact of budget cuts, reduction of services and the quality of life the city is providing to residents.

But Morrison said he will unveil plans for upcoming projects including work on Eighth Street, new developments with the port, creating new paying jobs, progress on commercial and residential construction on buildings and shopping center developments.

Cornerstone Church is at 1914 Sweetwater Road.

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