Stockton Native Brando Villapudua Appointed as City At-Large City Planning Commissioner

STOCKTON- Stockton Mayor Kevin Lincoln named lifelong Stockton resident Brando Villapudua to serve as the city’s at/large planning commission. The Stockton Planning Commission is responsible for approving development requests and the construction of new infrastructure projects.

“It is an absolute honor to begin my service as a commissioner on the Stockton Planning Commission, said Villapudua. “Last month I began serving a four-year term and I am excited about our city’s future.”
The planning commission is responsible for overseeing proposed development projects and licensing permits in our city. Many great Stocktonians such as Kevin Hernandez and Kimberly Warmsley have served in this capacity in the recent past.

“I would like to thank Mayor Kevin Lincoln for his trust in me by making this appointment as well as the entire city council for UNANIMOUSLY approving my recommendation,” continued Commissioner Villapudua. “I’m honored!” “I will be a true public servant and I will address each agenda with the seriousness it deserves. I am all in for improving Stockton as our community moves forward in a positive direction.”
Commissioner Villapudua was born in Stockton and attended local public schools. He is a professional in the logistics industry where he works to ensure the efficient delivery of vital products.
He also serves on the city’s important Community Development Committee where he works with regional leaders to help financially support and aid area non-profits.

Mr. Villapudua is the parent of a 7-year-old child and makes his home in the central district of Stockton.

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