Robert L. Milan, Sr.
Member First District

Elected 1991-1995
Re-elected 1995-1999
Re-elected 1999-2003
Re-elected 2003-2007
Re-elected 2007-2011
Re-elected 2011-2015
Re-elected 2015-2019

Mr. Milan has served on the BPU Board for over 20 years, having been first elected in 1991. In 2007, BPU recognized Mr. Milanís dedication to the utility by naming a new Water Division facility in his honor, the Robert L. Milan, Sr. Pump Station and Reservoir.

Bob worked at the U.S. Department of Labor for 32 years, retiring as a Federal Representative. He is active in the Northeast Optimist Club and NAACP. In 2001, he served as State President of AARP. In 2010, the Directors of the Heritage Registry of Whoís Who announced the inclusion of Mr. Milan. He has received many awards, including being selected by the Kansas City Globe as one of the 100 most influential people in 1998.

A native of Kansas City, Kansas, he owned Milanís Roller Arena and Bowling establishment for many years. Mr. Milan is a Sumner High School graduate and attended Kansas City Kansas Community College, the University of Kansas extension, Donnelly College, the University of Colorado, Temple University and Pioneer College.
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