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Meeting location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers

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Environmental Commission 7:00 PM     Export to iCalendar
Special Meeting - Citizen Climate Lobby Presentation

Environmental Commission
Established in Section 1:237, Chapter 8, Title I of the Ann Arbor City Code.
Resolution appointing first commission adopted September 18, 2000.

Purpose
To advise and make recommendations to the City Council and City Administrator on environmental policy, environmental issues and environmental implications of all City programs and proposals on the air, water, land and public health. Duties include holding public hearings on environmental issues and concerns, and publishing and presenting an annual report on the City's "State of the Environment."

Special Qualifications for Appointment
Members should have an interest in protecting and enhancing the well-being of the environment and public health of the community.

Meeting Times and Frequency
4th Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in 301 E. Huron St., 2nd Floor Council Chamber.

Membership / Committee Composition
Eight Voting Members – 3 Year Terms

  • Eight members shall be nominated by the City Councilmembers currently serving on the Environmental Commission and appointed by resolution of the City Council for 3-year terms.
Five Voting Members – 1 Year Terms
  • Two members shall be members of the City Council appointed by resolution of the City Council
  • One Member shall be a member of the Planning Commission appointed by the Planning Commission, this appointment does not require the approval of the City Council.
  • One Member shall be a member of the Park Advisory Commission appointed by the Park Advisory Commission, this appointment does not require the approval of the City Council.
  • One Member shall be a member of the Energy Commission appointed by the Energy Commission, this appointment does not require the approval of the City Council.
Non-Voting Members – Ex Officio
  • The City Administrator, or her/his designee, shall be a non-voting ex-officio member of the commission and shall provide adequate support staffing to the commission.

Contact Info:
Matthew Naud
Environmental Coordinator
MNaud@a2gov.org
734-794-6430 ex 43712