Ed Robison, Board President
Education: Masters of civil engineering degree from the University of Idaho, bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Washington.
Professional qualifications: Licensed professional engineer, civil and structural; over 20 years experience in the construction industry; private consulting engineer for 16 years; commander in the Civil Engineer Corps U.S. Navy Reserve Component; extensive experience in contract procurement and administration.
Personal information: Married with four children.
Community involvement: Key Peninsula Little League, Boy Scouts Troop 252, Key Peninsula Business Association, volunteer my professional services to KPMPD.
Personal views: Public parks are a necessity to the life and vibrancy of a community. They serve as community gathering places as well as for personal recreation. The Key Peninsula has the opportunity to build upon the volunteer efforts that gave us Volunteer Park by expanding and improving to meet the needs of the community. We need to continue the tradition of volunteers working together. We need to recognize the varied needs of the community to provide wildlife preservation, habitat restoration, trails, and active recreational facilities.