|Mayor Andrew Ginther|
The Mayor of Columbus, Ohio State, Andrew Ginther has reiterated the uniqueness of the City of Columbus which has created an environment for every voice to be heard and included in the discussion of moving forward together.
Mayor Ginther said at his Annual Summer Reception in Columbus, Tuesday that “regardless of what people think, this city is special and it is unique because of our people and our focus on the collective good, not focusing on what divides us.”
According to him, “in recognizing that we all don’t agree on every issue but knowing that there is a common bond between us all that pulls us together, this is going to make our next chapter more relevant than we have never seen before.
“It is important for us all to remember that regardless of the divisions, the rhetoric, the language that you are seeing in our nation’s capital and in other places around the country, Columbus is special, Columbus is different because we know that we can’t reach our full potentials in the community until every voice is heard and included in the discussion, even those we disagree with.”
He added that “we can do it respectfully, we can do it honestly, and we can do it directly and still move forward together.”