Huber Heights needs to maintain strong first responders for growth and safety
This is the tenth year Ed has been on Huber Heights City Council (https://www.hhoh.org/338/Ed-Lyons) giving him the valuable experience to be an exceptional leader as mayor. He voted for the Kroger Aquatic Center and the Rose Music Center, both are projects for which the city is well known far outside of our city.
Ed supported The Stuart & Mimi Rose Music Center at The Heights is a 4,200 seat fully covered outdoor amphitheatre located in Huber Heights, Ohio. It has been a tremendous success inviting world recognized talent and entertaining visitors from all over the region.
The Kroger Aquatic Center is a safe haven for summer fun. In 2011, City leaders began looking for partners and sponsors. As construction continued, a partnership was formed with Kroger. This unique public-private partnership provided the citizens of Huber Heights and visitors to the center the best value and experience possible at this state-of-the-art recreation center.
As the Huber Heights community grows, the need for a strong 1st responders programs grows too. Ed Lyons has recognized this and made the strength of the local police and fire departments a key campaign issue.
Ed spearheaded the project that gained over $1.2 million for economic development
Actions to speak louder than words. Ed Lyons has been a huge proponent of the local school systems. After the recent Levy failed to pass, Ed donated his own money. He'll continue to fight for better schools and educational programs.
Ed donated money to the Huber Heights City Schools because we are all in this together.
As reported by the Dayton Daily News: "A discussion about city council members accessing public records during off-hours was pre-empted in part by a formal complaint filed against the mayor."
Ed protects the city and our records by exposing council members
Government transparency is not simply disclosing that something happen... it's also about following best practices so the entire process is trackable. This one $20,000 transaction is just one example where Ed speaks up.
“I’m not saying (the $20,000) was stolen or misappropriated,” Lyons said. “I am just saying there is no proof.”
Ed follows through with open, honest, and transparent government
Ed stands up for the people, challenges council, and gets called a “sleazeball” for doing so.
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