Miller Canfield Lawyer Steve Mann Appointed to Plymouth Township Board of Trustees
DETROIT, MI – Steve Mann, a principal in Miller Canfield’s Detroit office, has been appointed to the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees. Mann was appointed on October 27th to fill the vacancy resulting from the death of Kay Arnold, a longtime trustee.
“My goal is to help out the township and try to bring the board back together, in order to be more functional and serve the community” said Mann, who also stated he will not seek reelection next year. The seat Mann was appointed to fill expires in November 2016.
Steve Mann’s involvement with the township spans over 23 years, having previously served as a township police officer for 11 years, and as an elected board member for 12 years, including one term as Township Supervisor and two terms as Trustee.
Mann is a member of Miller Canfield’s Public Finance practice group, and specializes in the area of municipal finance, representing public agencies as bond counsel. His practice covers all facets of tax increment financing, special assessments, and economic development. He has also authored several amicus curiae briefs for both the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court, arguing on behalf public bodies and municipal associations in cases involving complex issues related to the Freedom of Information Act and the Open Meetings Act.
He earned his J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2004. He also earned a B.B.A. from Cleary College in 2001.
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