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Type: Greenbelt Advisory Commission
Meeting location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers

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CANCELLED
Person Name TitleStart DateEnd DateWeb SiteAppointed By
Jean Cares Commissioner
Farmer Rep.
7/15/2013 5/31/2019   John Hieftje
Jennifer Fike Commissioner
Environmental/Conservation Organization Representative. Board member is also an Ann Arbor resident.
7/1/2013 5/31/2019    
John Ramsburgh Commissioner
Public-at-Large Rep. Board member is also an Ann Arbor resident.
8/1/2013 5/31/2019   John Hieftje
Julie Grand Council Rep.
Board member is also an Ann Arbor resident. Council Rep.
12/1/2014 12/31/2018    
Stefanie Stauffer Commissioner
Public-at-Large Rep.
7/20/2017 5/31/2020    
Stephanie Buttrey Commissioner
Board member is also an Ann Arbor resident.
5/20/2013 5/31/2020    

Greenbelt Advisory Commission
Established in Sections 3:63 & 3:65, Chapter 42, Title III of the City Code
Statement of Terms revised on November 21, 2011.

Purpose:
To advise and make recommendations to the City Council on land matters and enhancing public awareness, commitment and active participation in stewardship of open space, natural features, and parkland including growth and development of parks within the Greenbelt District, land and land rights acquisition, management and disposition.

Special Qualifications for Appointment:
Persons who have expertise or affiliation as follows:
a) Environmental and / or conservation group
b) Agricultural landowner or operates an agricultural business
c) Real estate development professional
d) Plant or animal biologist

Length of Terms:
3 members for a 1-year term
3 members for a 2-year term
3 members for a 3-year term
After the initial formation of members, all members except City Council member thereafter will be appointed for 3 years beginning on 6/1 and ending on 5/30.
City Council Member has a 1 year term.

Meeting Times and Frequency:
The Commission shall meet at a minimum on a quarterly basis at a date, place and time to be determined by the Commission.
Currently meetings are held the 1st Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m.

Membership / Committee Composition:
This commission is not appointed by the mayor, but directly by City Council
2 members chosen by City Council to serve as representatives of environmental and / or conservation groups.
1 member who is an agricultural landowner or operates an agricultural business.
1 member who is a real estate development professional.
1 member who is a plant or animal professional.
1 member who is a plant or animal biologist.
3 members from the public-at-large.
1 member of Ann Arbor City Council.

Contact Info:
Ruth Thornton
Conservation Fund
734-794 6210, ex. 42798