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Mike Gardiner

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Mike GardinerMike Gardiner is serving in his third full term as a Commissioner. He also spent six years on the Ashland Planning Commission. He enjoys voting on decisions and watching their implementation. As a commissioner, Mike holds a steadfast commitment to providing a city park within ¼-mile of every Ashland neighborhood. “Parks and open spaces are very important to the livability of our city,” stated Gardiner. Mike likes to see ideas develop into projects and enjoys taking part in the creation of new parks. He works hard to ensure that the commission adheres to its mission and remains true to its policies and goals. Mike’s experience in business management and his acquired knowledge from sitting on other commissions, boards and committees makes him a valuable asset to the Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission.

Mike also represents the Commission on the following Boards/Committees: 
  • Long Range Park Planning Subcommittee
  • Pool Ad Hoc Committee 
  • Senior Services Advisory Committee (S-SAC) 
  • Ashland Parks Foundation
  • Forest Lands Commission (voting member)
  • Joint Powers Committee 

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