Amy Bublak is a true Leader in Economic development who saved the taxpayers of Turlock over 18 million dollars in Redevelopment Agency money which was prioritized and used locally to pay for:
- Westside Industrial Specific Plan water, sewer & power backbone infrastructure that has attracted numerous large new employers to Turlock resulting in thousands of high paying jobs supporting the local economy.
- Reconstruction of the Carnegie Library and Arts Center.
- Construction of new Public Safety Facility meeting modern standards for emergency communications and temporary confinement facilities.
- Columbia Park Pool improvements and addition of a water feature.
- Broadway Park improvements and addition of a water feature.
- Modernization of Turlock High Schools Joe Debely Stadium.
- Walnut Ave BMX Park.
Amy Bublak has fought to provide transparent accountability in the expenditure of public funds through:
- Developing accountability standards and requiring audits of private agencies which receive taxpayer funding.
- Opening Public/Private business partnerships up for competitive bidding to ensure taxpayers get the best return on publicly owned resources.
- Scrutinizing all city-contracts for outside services to ensure accountability to local taxpayers.
Amy Bublak has a long history of dedicated community service:
- As a Police Officer for 23 years
- As a 3-time Vice-Mayor for the City of Turlock.
- As a Turlock City Councilmember since 2008
- As a planning commissioner for the city of Turlock 2006-2008
- As a member of the City of Turlock Arts Commission
- As a member Stanislaus Regional Water Authority
- As a member of the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo)
- As a two-time Student Body President at California State University Stanislaus
Women's Track & Field Induction Class of 2001
A leader both in her years on and off the field at Stanislaus Amy served as track and field team captain for two years and as the Associated Student President for two years. In four years of competition Amy established school records in the javelin and shot put and was a three time NCAA Division III All American in the javelin and two-time Northern California Athletic Conference champion in the javelin. In the shot put and javelin she earned All Conference distinction in each of her four seasons. As a member of the Warrior track and field team she has the distinction of having earned Most Valuable Player honors for each of the four years she competed.
At the time of her induction Amy still held the school record in the javelin and was ranked number two in the shot put. Inducted January 27, 2001.