Airport Advisory Committee


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​​​​​​​The Airport Advisory Committee was established by City Council in 1961 to gather and analyze information regarding the airport and the property it occupies, and to make relative recommendations to the City Council and other City officials​. Seven individuals, serving three year terms, are appointed to the Committee by the Mayor and City Council. Additionally, the Mayor may appoint up to two Council representatives to the Committee. Pittsfield Charter Township and Lodi Township each appoint a representative to the Committee.


The Committee normally meets the third Wednesday of every other month in the lower level conference room at the Airport Terminal Building, 801 Airport Drive, Ann Arbor, MI. Meetings begin at 5:15 p.m. and are open to the public.  

Airport Advisory Committee 2024 Meetings:

  • January 17 - Electronic Mtg
  • March 20 - Electronic Mtg
  • May 15 - In Person Mtg
  • July 17 - Electronic Mtg
  • September 18 - Electronic Mtg​
  • November 20 - Electronic Mtg
Due to public health concerns, one or more of these meetings may be held electronically instead of at the listed location.  Check the City of Ann Arbor's homepage ( and click the link to Public Notices of Nonregularly Scheduled or Electronic Meetings. Notices of electronic meetings will be posted there no later than 18 hours prior to the meeting start.

Please call 734.794.6336 with any questions.

Agendas & Minutes

The Airport Advisory Committee meeting agendas and approved minutes are available at the meeting, agendas and minutes calendar.

The current members of the Ann Arbor Airport Advisory Committee are:

  • Greg Farris, Chair

  • Rosemary 'Nel' Faulkner, Vice-Chair

  • Melanie McNicholas

  • Fred Hall

  • Mark Perry

  • Alex Arts

  • Vacant

  • Erica Briggs, City Council Representative

  • Chris Watson, City Council Representative

  • Jan Godek, Lodi Township Representative

  • Matthew Harshberger, Pittsfield Township Representative

  • Matthew Kulhanek, Airport Manager​