Salisbury’s new city council member says he is confident in his skill set

Courtesy: City of Salisbury

Salisbury City Council’s new District five member says he is confident in his skill set.

Salisbury has a new council member for District 5, R. Hardy Rudasil.

Rudasil was appointed Monday night by the Salisbury City Council, and he takes over for Laura Mitchell, who resigned at the end of last month.

Hardy, as he likes to be called, sat down for an interview with 47ABC on Tuesday, where he said that he is confident that he has the skill set to serve the people of District five.

Rudasil works as the title IX coordinator for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and he is also a professor of English at UMES and Wor-Wic Community College.

When 47ABC asked Rudasil why he entered the world of politics, he says, “I didn’t enter into this with any grand aspirations of acquiring any other public offices, and its not part of my plan to be a leader of the people. But, if I’m called to contribute I’m going to do that”

Laura Mitchell also held the position of city council vice president. The City Council said Monday night that District Two representative Muir Boda would be the new Salisbury City Council Vice President

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