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4 seek two Planning Commission positions
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Two four-year seats on the Manteca Planning Commission will be filled during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

Seeking the appointments are Kirk Dall, Roberto Alaniz, Carl M. Neaterous, and Jeff Aksland.

Dall has served on the Planning Commission for the past four years. He is the owner of All-Star Home Inspection. He is also past president of both the Friends of the Manteca Parks & Recreation Foundation as well as the Manteca Chamber of Commerce.

Dall served on the citizens budget advisory committee in 2009 and was a Lathop Parks and Recreation Commissioner from 2002-04.

Alaniz is the current planning commission alternative. He works as the deputy director for San Joaquin County Public Health Services. He has 25-plus years as a county employee. Prior to that, he worked six years with the University of California San Francisco campus.

Neaterous is a retired logistics engineer and program plans coordinator for Lockheed Martin Missile & Space Co. He is also a retired chief petty officer who served in the U.S. Navy. He is also a Vietnam veteran.

Earlier this year as well as in 2009 he assisted the Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau with hosting and managing the senior games venues.

Aksland is a Realtor with Aksland Real Estate. He served four years in the Army and worked 12 years in the grocery warehouse industry with a number of years spent in management. Aksland also served two terms on the Manteca Unified School District Measure M Bond Oversight Committee.

Commissioners are compensated $40 for every Planning Commission meeting attended.

The council meets at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center council chambers, 1001 W. Center St.