Mayor Bob Bratina told a crowd of about 300 supporters last Wednesday that he is keeping his options open about another term of office. He said the number of good things that have happened in Hamilton in the 18 months since he took office, far outweigh the controversies he has experienced. The Mayor pointed to the construction of condominium units and a hotel by Hamilton developer Darko Vranich as one of the significant accomplishments of the past year. “Its the first construction crane for a private project in a long long time,” he said. The event was staged to raise money for the Hamilton Bulldogs Foundation which operates school hunger programs. While the bulk of the speakers program focused on children’s hunger in the community. The mayor did a sit-down interview session with former Mayor Bob Morrow, who urged Bratina to “keep working for the betterment of the people”, and ignore his critics.