The Jefferson County PUD is governed by a 3 member board of commissioners elected to alternating 6 year terms. Want to email all three Commissioners? Click here or use “email@example.com”. Please insert your physical address in the body of your message. Want to know which commissioner represents your district? Click here for map of commissioner districts. NOTE: PUD Commissioner districts are the same as Jefferson County Commissioners.
President, District 1
Jeff Randall represents and lives in Port Townsend with his wife Shelly and son Soren. A life-long Washington resident, he moved to Jefferson County in 1997. Jeff is an attorney, has worked with cities & counties in Washington State in land use planning, and had an 11-year career in renewable energy as a solar designer. Jeff is passionate about strengthening Jefferson County’s communities. Prior to being elected to the PUD, he helped lead two successful bond campaigns to refurbish a community center and build a new elementary school in Port Townsend. Jeff also works part-time for the Olympic Peninsula YMCA. He was elected as PUD Commissioner in 2016.
Secretary, District 2
Kenneth Collins lives on Marrowstone Island with his wife Judith. The couple moved to the island in 2006, opened Marrowstone Vineyards in 2012 and retired from winemaking in 2016. Trained as a clinical social worker and substance abuse professional, Kenneth spent his years prior to arriving in Jefferson County managing or consulting on mental health and substance issues in the work place for Fortune 100 companies, including Chevron and PG&E. He is passionate about improving rural access to broadband and strengthening the PUD’s low-income assistance programs. Kenneth has served as PUD commissioner of District 2 (Cape George, Port Hadlock, Chimacum, Irondale, Marrowstone) since being elected in 2014.
Vice President, District 3
Wayne King lives in Gardiner with his wife Peggy. A Gardiner native, he attended Discovery Bay School before building and racing Top Fuel dragsters across the US. He owns and operates King Hydraulic Marine and Machine. The King family were integral in forming the Gardiner water system, the first in the PUD. Wayne has represented District 3 (the West End, Gardiner, Discovery Bay, Brinnon, Port Ludlow, Quilcene) since 2000. Wayne was a key member of the team that oversaw the transition to a public power system. He is a member of NoaNet Board of Directors and has worked extensively on water resource issues in Jefferson County.