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This profile was last updated on 9/20/11  and contains information from public web pages.

Co-Owner

Tom's Market & Meats
 
Background

Employment History

  • Member, Sixth and Division Streets
    Tom's Market & Meats

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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"It is unconscionable that a ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 20 Sept 2011 [cached]
"It is unconscionable that a professionally paid manager could behave that way," Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market & Meats, said at a Sept. 6 council meeting.
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"It is unconscionable that a professionally paid manager could behave that way," Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market & Meats, said at a Sept. 6 council meeting.
"We feel pretty confident about our ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 21 Nov 2007 [cached]
"We feel pretty confident about our proposal," said Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market & Meats, Sixth and Division streets.
Becky Shockley, co-owner of ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 7 Sept 2011 [cached]
Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market & Meats, complained of Worden's actions to the Burlington City Council and said attitudes at city hall need to change.
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Thirty minutes before the meeting was to take place, an e-mail was sent saying he was going to take his vacation early and this meeting would just have to take place at another time," Shockley said.
Shockley said she might expect such behavior of a 16-year-old store clerk, but not from a city manager paid a $106,054 yearly salary who is expected to receive a 2 percent raise next month.
"It is unconscionable that a professionally paid manager could behave that way," Shockley said.
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Shockley was among a group of about 10 area developers who converged on city hall during a July 18 meeting to call for a direct dialogue with the council about making Burlington more development friendly.
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"We (developers) are not going away," Shockley said.
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Ell asked Shockley.
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Shockley responded code inspectors need to have flexibility to work within code.
"I'm not sure that our city inspectors are willing to work within those (codes) and willing to bend within those," Shockley said.
She said the issue is one of attitude.
"Some of this seriously needs to change. And it needs to come from the leadership now," Shockley said.
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Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market & Meats, complained of Worden's actions to the Burlington City Council and said attitudes at city hall need to change.
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Thirty minutes before the meeting was to take place, an e-mail was sent saying he was going to take his vacation early and this meeting would just have to take place at another time," Shockley said.
Advertisement Shockley said she might expect such behavior of a 16-year-old store clerk, but not from a city manager paid a $106,054 yearly salary who is expected to receive a 2 percent raise next month.
"It is unconscionable that a professionally paid manager could behave that way," Shockley said.
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Shockley was among a group of about 10 area developers who converged on city hall during a July 18 meeting to call for a direct dialogue with the council about making Burlington more development friendly.
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"We (developers) are not going away," Shockley said.
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Ell asked Shockley.
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Shockley responded code inspectors need to have flexibility to work within code.
"I'm not sure that our city inspectors are willing to work within those (codes) and willing to bend within those," Shockley said.
She said the issue is one of attitude.
"Some of this seriously needs to change. And it needs to come from the leadership now," Shockley said. Leave a comment!
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But Shockley is cut from the same cloth. She would do the same thing in minute. I have wondered many times over the years how Mt Pleasant keeps adding industries when Burl can't. Burl has been shrinking.
Becky Shockley, co-owner of ...
www.thehawkeye.com, 30 Sept 2011 [cached]
Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market and Meats, wants the next manager to come from outside the area and offer new ideas about how Burlington can grow while being fiscally responsible.
"Change can be good. No matter what happens, you hope it is for the better. Everybody wants to see the city do well and progress," Shockley said.
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Becky Shockley, co-owner of Tom's Market and Meats, wants the next manager to come from outside the area and offer new ideas about how Burlington can grow while being fiscally responsible.
"Change can be good. No matter what happens, you hope it is for the better. Everybody wants to see the city do well and progress," Shockley said.
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