Name: Erik Tabor
Office Desired: Beaver Township Trustee
Occupation: President Tabor’s Landscaping & Garden Center Inc.
Education: Ohio State ATI
1. Current Beaver Twp. Trustee
2. President Tabor’s Landscaping & Garden Center Inc. Since 1992.
3. Ohio Township Leadership Academy Graduate 2018.
4. Youngstown Regional Chamber Government Leadership Academy Graduate 2012. Several other board seats
What are your priorities for your community?
1.Keep our community healthy and safe.
2. Run the twp. with fiscal responsibly. Spend tax payers dollars efficiently and wisely.
3. Work with constituents for the common good of our residents and the residents of surrounding communities.
What policies, if any, will you support to promote diversity and inclusion in your community?
Inclusion is defined as a set of behaviors that encourages employees to feel valued for their unique qualities and experience a sense of belonging. A powerful way to encourage employees to learn to be more sensitive and welcoming towards every other employee is to reward and recognize good behaviors. It is important to make sure that work place inclusion becomes a part of your everyday work-life culture. This will also create diversity which means employees will gain an appreciation and respect for the many differences and similiarities in the workplace.
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