Downtown Development Authority

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                                  2nd Wednesday of the Quarter-Mayor's Office-City Hall 7:30 am



2019 Meeting 
Dates 
2018 Meeting
Dates 
2017 Meeting
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 2016 Meeting
Dates
February 13, 2019  January 10, 2018  January 11, 2017  January 13, 2016
May 8, 2019  April 11, 2018  February 8, 2017  February 10, 2016
August 14, 2019  July 11, 2018  March 8, 2017  March 9, 2016
November 13, 2019  October 10, 2018  April 12, 2017  April 13, 2016
     May 10, 2017  May 11, 2016
     June 14, 2017  June 8, 2016
     July 12, 2017  July 13, 2016
     August 9, 2017  August 10, 2016
     September 13, 2017  September 14, 2016
     October 11, 2017  October 12, 2016
     November 8, 2017  November 9, 2016
     December 13, 2017  December 14, 2016





 



Agenda's & Minutes                                    2001 Downtown Development Plan

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To conduct downtown development activities in accordance with the provisions of PA 197 of 1975, as amended, including, but not limited to, the definition of a development area, the creation and implementation of a development plan, etc. (The power to levy and collect a tax according to Section 12(1) of 1997 is not included.)

Establishment:
This agency is created to help a deteriorating downtown restore itself. The governing board is comprised of the Mayor and at least eight and not more than 12 other members (now set at Mayor and ten others through a 1999 bylaw amendment); a majority must have an interest in property located in the downtown area and at least one member shall be a resident of the downtown area, MCL Section 125.154. This is a municipal corporation, which the City created in April 1988 when the Council adopted Ordinance 88-2. (Now Code Sections 34-26 through 34-33). The Council approves its budget and bylaws. Except for the statutory and ordinance restrictions – residency of the appointees to this board is within the discretion of the appointing authority.

Membership:
Eleven members as determined by Downtown Development Authority Bylaws. A majority of members must have an interest in property within the DDA district. One member shall be a resident of the district. The Mayor is a voting member by virtue of office. Appointed by Mayor with confirmation by City Council.

Residency:
At discretion of appointing authority. Goal is to maintain a majority of residents on the Board.

Term:
Four years.

Meetings:
Second Wednesday of month at 7:30 a.m.

Compensation:
None.

PCT

Name

Address, Telephone & Email

Term Expires

3

Alfredia Dysart-Drake

1016 S. Superior, 629-2574
A_d_d_58@hotmail.com

12/31/2018

3

Mike Tymkew

1207 Woodlawn, 629-3936
mtymkew@sigmarep.com

12/31/2021

3

Nidia Wolf

409 Irwin, 517-581-4041
bosslady47@hotmail.com

12/31/2018

4

Jennifer Yawson

4924 Kellogg Cntr, 629-0433
jyawson@albion.edu

12/31/2018

2

Linda LaNoue

112 1/2 N. Superior, 517-960-3976
lindalanoue.dda@gmail.com

12/31/2019

4

Marcola Lawler

918 N. Berrien, (517) 206-4252
doublevisioncenter@yahoo.com

12/31/2020

5

Joseph Domingo

1005 E Broadwell, 517-499-1333
dpwsuper@yahoo.com

12/31/2020

 

 

 

12/31/2021

N/A

Don Masternak

26511 B Drive S, 629-0231
dmasternak@albion.edu

12/31/2020

 N/A

 Scott Evans

 9091 28 Mile Rd, 517-629-3296
 sevans@homesteadsavings.com

12/31/2019

 

 

 

 

Mayor – David Atchison