Economic Development/Brownfield

History

Established by Ordinance 78-6 in accordance with Act 338 of the P.A. of 1974, as amended. Bylaws were adopted by Resolution of the City Commission on February 4, 1980, Plymouth City Code Chapter 30 Sections 30.86 - 30.89. Amended by resolution 96-159, established as the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority by the City Commission on December 16, 1996. (Organizational meeting July 29, 1998)

Duties

The authority is authorized to capture tax increment revenues (like the Downtown Development Authority), and use the revenues to assess the environmental status of a property, to take steps to mitigate exposure to existing contamination, and to clean up existing contamination.

Appointments

Nine members appointed by the mayor with approval of the City Commission for six-year terms. Original appointments: four six-year terms, on five-year term, one four-year term, one three-year term, one two-year term and one one-year term.

Meets

The Brownfield/Economic Development Board meets as needed.

Members

Name
Appointed
Term Expires

Colleen Pobur, Chair

March 1997

December 31, 2020

Paul Sincock, Secretary

N/A

N/A

Alan Deal

12/3/2018

December 31, 2024

John Townsend

December 2016

December 31, 2022

Contact Us

    Paul Sincock
    City Manager
    Email

    201 S. Main
    Plymouth, MI 48170

    Phone: 734-453-1234 ext. 203
    Fax:      734- 455-1892