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Local Officers Compensation Committee

Meetings: As needed.

Commissioners:
Jan McRee
Leonard Peters
Michael DeGrow
William O’Connell

The Term of Office for Commissioners is Five Years.

The Local Officers’ Compensation Commission shall determine the salaries of the Mayor and Members of the City Council.

The Compensation Commission is established per Section 2-17 of the City Code.

Pursuant to the provisions of Public Act No. 8 of 1972, State of Michigan, a local officers compensation commission is hereby established which shall determine the salaries of all local elected officials.

The Mayor shall appoint a five-member local officers compensation commission.  Members shall be registered electors of the City, and shall be appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation by a majority of the Council Members elected and serving.  Members of the LOCC shall hold five (5) year terms.  No member or employee of the legislative, judicial or executive branch of any level of government or members of the immediate family of such member or employee shall be eligible to be a member of the commission.

The local officers compensation commimission shall serve without salary, but shall be entitled to actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.

If you are interested in becoming a member, please fill out the general application and submit it to the City Clerk.



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