Parks & Recreation Advisory Board

Meetings


  • 5:30 pm
  • 3rd Thursday in January, March, May, July, September, November
  • City Hall
    123 Main Street
    Executive Conference Room (unless scheduled elsewhere in accordance with Open Meetings Act
    300 West Thirteen Mile Road
Girl on Slide

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes (PDF)

Current Roster

Name Term Expires Position
Robert Corbett 11-13-17 Council Representative
Mark Bliss 11-13-17 Council Alternate
Richard Lewis 04-15-18 Member-at-Large
Roslyn Grafstein 04-15-18 Member-at-Large
Earl T. Stone 04-15-18 Member-at-Large
Jerry Dzeroogian 04-15-19 Member-at-Large (Chair)
Brian Gettel 04-15-19 Member-at-Large
Ronald Butcher 04-15-19 Member-at-Large
Erica Bednarski-Smith 04-15-18 Alternate #2
Jeremy Carroll 04-15-19 Alternate #1
School Representatives    
Michael Hohner 04-15-18 Madison School Delegate
William Pittman 04-15-18 Madison School Alternate
Lily Cochenour 04-15-18 Madison School Student
Allison Minowa 04-15-19 Lamphere School Delegate
Vacant 04-15-19 Lamphere School Alternate
Lauren Mexico 04-15-19 Lamphere School Student

Purpose


To promote an outstanding recreational programs for the citizens in the City.

Creation / Authorization


Membership Information


Composition


  • 12 Members and 2 Ex-Officio Members:
    • 1 Council Representative
    • 1 High School Student - Bishop Foley
    • 1 High School Student - Lamphere
    • 1 High School Student - Madison
    • 1 Lamphere School District Representative
    • 1 Madison School District Representative
    • 6 members-at-large appointed by Mayor
    • Assistant City Manager (DPS) (Ex-Officio - Non-Voting)
    • Recreation Coordinator (Ex Officio - Non-Voting)

Term


2 years (members-at-large)

Qualifications


Members-at-Large must be Madison Heights residents.

Contact


City Clerk's Office at 248-583-0826.

Additional Information


In pursuit of its objective to provide outstanding recreational opportunities for the City, the Advisory Board shall serve as:
  1. A forum for the careful consideration of policy matters related to the operation of the recreation and parks programs;
  2. A voice for the divisions in the community and a voice for the community in the divisions;
  3. An advisory to the supervisors when requested; and
  4. A recommending body to the city council on matters of general policy
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