Tammy For Colleyville
About Tammy Namamura
My husband Yuki and I have lived in Colleyville since 1999 when we moved here for our incredible GCISD schools to enroll our daughter Natalia and our son Niko. Colleyville is a very unique city and when running for my first term 3 years ago I vowed to base my decisions on what the people of Colleyville wanted and I can proudly say that I have done just that. Again, I could not be prouder of Colleyville and the work we have done together and I am counting on your support so that I can continue this important work.
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Colleyville and its future have never looked better. I’m running for a second and final term to ensure all of the “Citizen First” reforms we implemented in the past three years with all the help from the community and our outstanding city staff are permanently institutionalized. We want Colleyville to keep moving forward and not Read more about Why did you decide to run for this office?[…]
What experience – professionally or politically – do you have that would prepare you for this position? I am extraordinarily proud of the accomplishments of this past term. We had an extremely ambitious agenda three years ago and solved many of the bigger issues facing our community. We revised the controversial 2015 Comprehensive Plan “Destination Read more about Experience[…]
What do you think is one of the biggest issues facing Colleyville and how do you plan to address it on City Council? Going forward, We need to continue to balance smart, purposeful growth with the impact to our existing residents and businesses. We are nearing completion of the Colleyville Blvd. re-development project which will Read more about What is the biggest issue facing Colleyville?[…]
Dan Patrick: “Elect These Guys Forever”
Lt. Gov. endorses Colleyville Mayor Newton, Mayor Pro Tem Lindamood, and Councilwoman Nakamura.
Eliminating the rubber stamping mentality that has crept in. I’ll push for best practices in all areas, starting with contracts and work to be performed. Ensure good, independent, third party bids, no cronyism. Just like I do at my home or business – I get multiple bids and work towards the best value. That’s the Read more about CHANGE[…]
As a councilor I’ll take my responsibility to be a fiduciary very seriously. This means my job is to act in the best interests of the residents of Colleyville. This includes holding the city manager accountable, vendors, and especially scrutinizing our intergovernmental agreements and contract. The city council is the boss, not the manager, not Read more about RESPONSIBILITY[…]
TexRail has been a controversial topic in Colleyville for several years now. I want to have our city LEAD towards a solution, not continue to parrot the excuses of inevitability given by the central planners. Colleyville should not be subject to an unaccountable Obama appointee. The City has a responsibility to stand up for it’s Read more about TEXRAIL[…]
I believe in “Citizen Representatives” for all levels of government. Several of our surrounding cities have term limits and it has served them well. Colleyville is plush with talented and bright citizens who have a lot to offer our city. Let them serve. I believe Benjarmin Franklin said it well when he stated: “In free Read more about TERM LIMITS[…]