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Shrewsbury, Massachusetts – “Shrewsbury is a growing town that has changing demography and unique set of challenges.
Water contamination, sewer capacity, new gas pipeline, neglected road infrastructure, public safety, and school budget constraints even with recent overrides are daunting issues for shrewsbury. Shrewsbury tried solving its school and town budget deficits with overrides and service fees but unfortunately the issues are greater now then ever before.” – Rashid Shaikh
Shrewsbury has great town manager who is retiring in June. There are two seats up for election on May 2nd where one of the incumbent is not seeking reelection. This is one of the most important times in the shrewsbury history to either solve its problem with out of the box thinking or just keep doing -business as usual. Many professionals and businessmen don’t even participate in the local elections.
Mr Shaikh ran for selectman in 2009 and brought lot of new ideas to the table. He studied the entire budget and laid out plan to save 5 million dollars in 21 line items. Unfortunately, he came second and could not execute those ideas.
Mr Shaikh is an engineer and has successful local business. He served global companies turn around their revenues and profits with his value creation skills. He has MS engineering and MBA from UMASS Lowell, PLDA from Harvard business school and SCM from MIT.
Mr. Shaikh is a change leader that has proven track record of abundant value creation with minimum resources.