Veranzo lives with his family near La Center; he has more than 25 years of program management experience and has worked for multiple software companies
VANCOUVER – The Clark County Council this week appointed Aldo Veranzo to the county’s Planning Commission. Veranzo will finish an unfilled four-year term that begins immediately and ends Dec. 31, 2022.
Veranzo lives with his family near La Center. He has more than 25 years of program management experience and has worked for multiple software companies. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Italian Studies and a master’s degree in Educational Administration and Curriculum from Gonzaga University.
“I care about what is happening in the county and what will unfold here in its future for all those who call this place home,” Veranzo wrote in his cover letter to the county. “I look forward to taking part and providing input into this process to keep Clark County a desirable place to live.”
The seven-member Planning Commission serves as an advisory board on matters related to physical development of land in the unincorporated area. The role of the Planning Commission is primarily legislative because its members review policy proposals with general applicability, specific applicability, such as annual review applications, and occasionally those which could be considered quasi-judicial.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.