by Hayes. Joshua Hayes, a regional chiropractic doctor and business owner, held his first mayoral campaign event Wednesday where he detailed his vision for Lima. Fans of”Hayes for Lima Mayor 2021″are invited to a July 4 celebration to be held at Ottawa Metro Park from 1 to 6 p.m. LIMA– Local chiropractic specialist and company owner Joshua Hayes officially announced his bid for Mayor of Lima Wednesday pitching a three-part platform produced to attack what he views as”the root “of the city's issues.”The root issue in this community, I think, is a disconnection. It's separation– a great deal of divisiveness within groups that have similar intentions. But they can't get together and work together, and I believe that that's what I want to do is connect individuals, get individuals to interact
, unify people on what we have together, “Hayes stated. Hayes is the first to reveal his candidacy for Lima's mayoral position, which is set up for a contest in November 2021. Lima's current mayor, David Berger, has served in the position considering that 1988. As for Hayes's three-part platform, he stated his campaign will focus on increasing regional sustainability– through producing food and medication– to develop a more stable economy for disenfranchised groups, concentrating on combating drug crimes and lowering violent crime by motivating arts and culture.
A graduate of Perry High School, Hayes served in the U.S. Army for six years prior to getting his chiropractic license and returning to Lima to set up his practice. He has actually resided in the area for the last years and currently owns a house in Shawnee Township.
Digressive to his chiropractic work, Hayes has actually likewise opened Garden Grove Holistic and One River Collective, which both sell natural medicine, whole food supplements, herbs and CBD items.
Hayes said his platform is derived from his holistic method to medicine, which requires looking at the issues of the entire body rather of attacking specific symptoms.
When it comes to public experience, Hayes is also involved in arranging the Lima Mural Project, which has actually successfully finished two murals in Lima, which are located at SUNE Records, 1174 W. North St., and I CAN Celebration Ministries, 615 W. High St.
Hayes stated four more murals are slated to be finished this summertime at Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, the First Church of the Nazarene, Kynd Vybes and 311 E. Market St., which is more typically called the 311 structure.
“We are prepared for equality and success for everyone in our city. We are all set to give to everyone that is in requirement. And together we are stronger. And I have no doubt that together and unified we will stand. And it's time for Lima to stand up. It's time for us all to get up. It's time for us to do much better. And I'm here to lead this and I'm all set and we're all set. And it's time,” Hayes said.
Reach Josh Ellerbrock at 567-242-0398. Source: limaohio.com