Sean Hayes was quoted in the Gotham Gazette. Sean Hayes is running for NY City Council for District 1. He is noted as the most experienced candidate running for City Council in District 1. The Gotham Gazette noted that:
"Hayes has also had a varied professional career, but mostly in international business law. He is an adjunct professor at Seoul National University and the former dean of international relations at a United Nations university called the University for Peace. He works as an attorney for an international law firm based in Korea, and as a managing partner with Hayes & Simon in New York City.
On his campaign website, Hayes says he decided to run after he: 'looked around and saw that the majority of candidates running for NY City Council and for Mayor lacked experience, centrist viewpoints & pragmatism and were too radicalized to manage the needs of residents of New York City.'
The Battery Park City resident said he’d prioritize education and youth services. He highlighted a paid training and mentor program he’s outlined on his site, which would place young trainees with non-profit organizations, banks, law firms, tech companies and more for a two year program.
During the debate, Hayes said seniors or veterans making under $70,000 per year should not have to pay property taxes. To supplement these efforts, he would place a property tax on wealthy universities and vacant NGO land. Hayes said he was “leaning towards” Eric Adams as his top choice for mayor."
Sean Hayes, also, is one of the, only, candidates for NY City Council that is not for Bail Reform, Defunding the Police and supports balanced and pragmatic solutions to the issues facing New York City.
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