TRUMBULL, Conn. -- The Town of Trumbull has announced the addition of new land use planner Rob Librandi.
Librandi most recently served as acting director of planning and development for the City of West Haven, where he led the land use team and staffed six land use boards covering zoning, wetlands, conservation, and economic development. He also gained experience in the towns of Cheshire and Southington.
“Trumbull has such an excellent reputation for residential quality of life and context-sensitive commercial growth,” Librandi said. “I am honored to have been selected and am eager to serve the town and its land use boards.”
Librandi is adept at guiding citizens and investors through the permitting process for development projects of every size, the town of Trumbull said in a statement. He also specializes in site plan review, staff reporting, small area plans, and transit-oriented development planning.
He lives in Stratford with his wife and young daughter.
Librandi will be the staff adviser to the Trumbull Planning and Zoning Commission, and will work closely with Director of Economic and Community Development Jamie Brätt, who previously served as Trumbull’s planner for three years before being promoted this past spring.
A native of Seymour, Librandi earned his undergraduate degree from Central Connecticut State University in Geographic Studies and Technology. He also participated in graduate coursework in Urban Planning at Southern Connecticut State University, and completed his certification with the Connecticut Association of Zoning Enforcement Officers in 2011.
Librandi began as Land Use Planner for the Town of Trumbull on Monday, Nov. 23. He can be reached at (203) 452-5047 or email@example.com.