Advisory Commission

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​The Greenbelt Advisory Commission is appointed by City Council and serves as the advisory body to City Council on all Greenbelt acquisitions.  The Commission is a diverse group of citizens with a wide array of expertise.  The Commission consists of 1 City Council representative, 1 farmer, 1 developer, 2 environmentalists, 1 biologist, and 3 at-large community members.

Chapter 42 of the Ann Arbor City Code: Open Space and Parkland Preservation Millage (pdf)

2016 Regular Meeting Schedule for the Greenbelt Advisory Commission

All meetings will be held on the First Thursday of every month beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 2nd Floor of City Hall, 301 E. Huron, unless otherwise noted. 2016 dates include:
Jan. 7; Feb. 4; March 3; May 5; June 2; July 7; Aug. 4 (6th floor conference room); Sept. 1; Oct. 6; Nov. 3 and Dec. 1​.

​Greenbelt Advisory Commissioner List - Calendar Year 2016

Siri Ibarguen, Biologist Representative

Jennifer Fike – Vice Chair, Environmental/Conservation Organization Representative

Robert Gordon, Environmental / Conservation Organization Representative

Stephanie Buttrey, Public-at-large Representative

Douglas Allen, Real Estate Development Professional Representative

Jean Cares, Farmer Representative

John Ramsburgh, Public-at-large Representative

Shannon Brines – Chair, Farmer/Brines Farm Public-at-large Representative

Julie Grand, City Councilmember​