Mission: The mission of the Osceola County Land Bank Authority (OCLBA) is to improve the quality of life in Osceola County by involving local units of government, community organizations, and other stakeholders in finding the best way to return tax-foreclosed properties to the tax rolls and to utilize the program to promote community & economic development.
Corresponding State Act and/or County Resolution: Land Bank Fast Track Act - Act 258 of 2003; Intergovernmental Agreement Between the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority and the Treasurer of the County of Osceola, Michigan Creating the Osceola County Land Bank Fast Track Authority
Local Documents: Yes; Articles of Incorporation of the Osceola County Land Bank Fast Track Authority; Bylaws of the Osceola County Land Bank Fast Track Authority; Osceola County Land Bank Authority Policies and Procedures Manual; Guidelines for Building Demolition
Number of Members of Terms of Service: Five members serving that represent various interests and serve differing term lengths. By law the County Treasurer is an ex officio member with an indefinite term. Other members are the County's Community Development Coordinator and three other individuals that must be Osceola County residents.
Quorum Requirements: 3 members
Meetings Held: Annual meeting schedule is determined at the first meeting each year.
Contact Information for the County Land Bank: Dan Massy, Community Development Coordinator 301 W. Upton Reed City, MI 49677 (231) 832-7397
|Jeanne Brown, esq.||At Large Appointment||Term ends 7/31/2019|
|Lori Leudeman||County Treasurer||Indefinite term|
|Dan Massy||Community Development Coordinator||Indefinite Term|
|Jack Nehmer||County Commissioner||Term ends 12/31/2017|
|Marty Nieman||Local Government Appointment||Term ends 7/31/2020|
Minutes: Osceola County Land Bank Authority minutes are posted in the Agendas & Minutes section under the Government tab.
Land Bank Properties: 200 E. Main Street, Marion, MI - pending demolition (Nov 2018); 202 E. Main Street, Marion, MI - pending demolition (Nov 2018)