For a day, an unelected Powegian became the city of San Diego’s most influential policymaker.
Vince Mudd, a Poway resident and the owner of an office interior business in Kearny Mesa, tried to answer to a problem that has vexed the city for 10 years. He produced a plan he believes ends the city’s ongoing budget deficits. Neither Mayor Jerry Sanders nor the City Council has created a similar report.
Yesterday, the council adopted his proposal, developed along with a task force of other business leaders, lock, stock and barrel.
So just who is Vince Mudd?