The Plymouth Township Environmental Leadership Commission was created in 2019 by Ordinance N0. 1016, Amendment No. 23. The purpose of this ordinance is to provide for the creation of a citizen commission to address local environmental education, programs, stewardship, sustainability, outreach, and similar issues in and for the residents and guests of the Charter Township of Plymouth.
As environmental leadership is a public purpose, the Commission is charged with the following:
- Educating residents, businesses and guests regarding environmental stewardship and awareness, environmental policies, sustainability, and best practices.
- Partnering with individuals, government agencies, businesses, and allied environmental organizations to promote community participation in local environmental protection, awareness, education, and enhancement projects and initiatives.
- Serving as a resource for information to answer questions from residents of the Township and others about environmental protection issues and policies.
The following Township residents are the current members of the Commission:
Mary Ann MacLaren (Chair)
Andrew Wolf (Vice Chair)
Joanne Lamar (Secretary)