I think we need someone who is passionate about families, who thinks about the future and the legacy we will leave behind.
Someone who cherishes our elders, and understands the value of our youth.
Who wants a council that provides excellent value for money, that is open, transparent, and inclusive.
Has business acumen, communication skills, and above all is a good listener.
Someone passionate enough to read thousands of pages of council documents, interview 50+ national & local community leaders, and visit over 5500 homes in the Tauranga area to connect with people and listen to their ideas and concerns.
Who is known for injecting fresh ideas, taking action, and leading teams to achieve remarkable results by setting ambitious goals and making relentless progress.
If these are the qualities you value, vote for Sheldon Nesdale.
I think we need a family man who cherishes our elders, who understands and encourages our youth.
Someone who wants a council that provides excellent value for money, that is open, transparent, and inclusive.
Someone who has business acumen, communication skills, and above all is a good listener.
Someone who has prepared for the role by reading thousands of pages of council documents, interviewed dozens of experts, and has visited thousands of homes in Matua, Pilans Point, Cherrywood, Bureta, Otumoetai, Bellevue, Brookfield, Judea, Bethlehem and Pyes Pa.
Someone who has a proven track record of injecting fresh ideas, taking action, and leading teams to create extraordinary results by setting ambitious goals and taking steps forward.
That someone is me.
If these are the qualities you value, put me, Sheldon Nesdale on Tauranga City Council.
I’ve got a little story to tell you about a doorbell, but first, a quick update from me.
You may know by now that when I made up my mind to become a Tauranga City Councillor, I set a goal of visiting 4000 homes before the election in October.
It’s important to me to do this because I’m learning so much about what’s on people’s minds, what their ideas are for the city, what their concerns and worries are. This is valuable knowledge for me, and above all it’s really fun meeting people and hearing their stories.
I’m proud to announce that on Wednesday night I finished visiting EVERY house in Matua: All 1873 of them. Continue reading →