Building A Better Salisbury, Together
People Over Politics: This is not just my campaign slogan. I truly believe in making the people of Salisbury my top priority. I do this by being honest, listening and working to accomplish goals that make Salisbury better for ALL citizens. I will continue to work to make Salisbury an employer of choice. I will discover better solutions and be an advocate for our citizens and our employees. With a common sense approach to problem solving, we can continue to provide first class services and equitable opportunities.
Powerful Relationships: Our citizens are our greatest assets. Not only do I believe that, I have seen this first hand. Over the past 10 years of being fully emerged in this city, when communities come together we find solutions that benefit ALL and allow our city to grow and prosper. I have been fortunate to build relationships with our neighboring communities through my involvement in civic, non-profit and public organizations. These relationships have allowed me to connect people and find solutions. Building relationships rooted in integrity will continue to help ALL.
Proven Leadership: Serving Salisbury for three terms, I now have a track record that shows my honesty, approachability, financial acumen, veracious curiosity, business knowledge and commitment to this city. I continue to lead with a common sense, non-combative approach. Being flexible and receptive to ideas partnered with structuring departments and adding resources has allowed us to tackle challenges. While we still have challenges to solve, leveraging creative solutions and fiscal responsibility had allowed Salisbury to invest fairly, equitably and productively to make Salisbury a city for ALL.
“We have so many people doing so many great things. But we seem to continue to work in silos. And I don’t know anyone better than me that knows how to get people connected to get stuff done,” Sheffield said. “That doesn’t mean that I always have the answer, but, man, I know somebody who might have worked on this somewhere else.”
~ Tamara Sheffield