Bob Prasse has more than 28 years of diverse and challenging work experience as an environmental/urban planner. His varied background includes working as both an employee and consultant for small to large public jurisdictions, a regional planning agency, and private developers. Bob's broad experience includes project management for: EIRs and other environmental documents; specific plans and planned developments; other planning and infrastructure studies; impact fee studies; preparation of land use ordinances; development and design review; and directing the work of other consultants. While working for a private developer, he was responsible for coordinating the review and approval of on-site and off-site infrastructure improvement plans with the engineering and planning staff of public agencies. Bob also managed the design and development of a water infrastructure capital facilities site, including the development and equipping of two water wells, installation of a small water treatment plant and product conveyance pipelines. His most recent work was managing the preparation and processing of EIRs and other environmental documents for large-scale planned developments, industrial/warehouse distribution centers, infill residential developments and a variety of projects for school districts. Bob has a bachelor's degree in Public Affairs and also a master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Southern California.