Marquette Housing Commission
Date Established/Background: The Marquette Housing Commission was established on June 13, 1966 when the City Commission adopted Chapter 59 of the City.
Mission: The Housing Commission is responsible for the operation of the City’s subsidized public housing and also sets policy and programs for its staff.
Corresponding MCL#, City Charter Citation, and/or City Code: MCL 125.654; Code: Chapter 16, Article II, Sec. 16-19 through Sec. 16-25.
Number of Members & Term of Office: Five members serving five-year terms.
Do members serve until a replacement is appointed? If not reappointed within five days, the seat is vacant, per MCL 125.654(b).
Quorum Requirement: Per section 13-4 of the City Charter, a quorum of any board, commission, or committee created by or pursuant to this charter shall be a majority of the members of such board, commission, or committee in office at the time, but not less than two members.
Meetings Held: The fourth Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in its offices at 316 Pine St.