H. Lloyd Hayes – Long-Time Ocean City Resident, Submits Bid for City Council-At-Large

first_imgH. Lloyd Hayes Announces At-Large BidLong-time Ocean City resident, U.S. Navy Veteran, teacher, swimming coach, and school board member H. Lloyd Hayes turned in his nominating petitions Monday, March 7, to run for City Council-At-Large in the May municipal election.“I’ve spent the last 3-1/2 decades devoting my time serving the residents of this city with unwavering commitment – the same commitment I plan to bring to City Council,” said Hayes. “This will be my full-time job and focus,” added Hayes, who is retired.Lloyd, 67 and a 28-year resident of Ocean City brings extensive experience to the ballot, having been a former small business owner for 23 years; and having spent 21 years as an Ocean City High School teacher. Hayes also served on the Ocean City School Board for six years. As member of the School Buildings & Grounds Committee, Lloyd participated in decisions regarding the new high school’s auditorium, and renovations to the intermediate and primary schools. He also led the charge for School Choice for Ocean City, which draws more than $2 million in revenue annually.He said his top priorities for 2016 include addressing the island’s infrastructure to improve drainage issues that prevent flood waters from the bay and rain from receding rapidly; and to minimize tax increases.last_img read more


first_imgAll smiles at the 10k presentations at the Mt Errigal Hotel tonight. Photos Cristeph/Brian McDaidThe committee of the North West 10K last night handed over cheques for more than a cool €25,000 to two charities.Anne Doherty over the moon with €12,800 from the North West 10k which was presented to the Conwal Parish Church Restoration Fund at a function in the Mt Errigal Hotel last night. Photo Cristeph/Brian McDaidThe charities are the two beneficiaries from May’s race which once again attracted a huge crowd of runners and walkers onto the streets of Letterkenny.The two charities to benefit from this year’s event were Conwal Parish Church Restoration Fund and the Letterkenny Branch of the Dyslexia Association. Both charities received €12,800 to go towards their projects.More than €600,000 has been raised by the North West 10K for many worthy charities over the years.All photos by kind permission of Brian McDaid of the Cristeph Studio.Mick Lagan and Treasa Mc Fadden receive €12,800 forLetterkenny Branch of Dyslexia Association from James Boyle, Chairman of the Northwest 10k Committee. Photo Cristeph/Brian Mc Daid  NORTHWEST 10K SPLASH THE CASH TO DESERVING CHARITIES ONCE AGAIN was last modified: July 3rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:charitiesdonegalNorthwest 10Klast_img read more