About the Economic Development Corporation
The Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is an 11 member Board appointed by the Township Supervisor with the approval of the Township Board. Appointments are for 6 year terms. The EDC was created for the public purpose of alleviating and preventing conditions of unemployment by encouraging local municipalities in the State of Michigan to finance industrial and non-profit projects with EDC revenue bonds or revenue notes.
The Township welcomes your comments on the application. Please contact Mr. Doug Bradley, Development Services Director, at 248-674-6231 or via email.
In 2001, the Township’s Economic Development Corporation funded a Walkability Study intended to assist the Township to address an important quality of life issue that has an economic impact on this community.
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Planned Destination Planning Process
In 2006-2007, the Township’s Economic Development Corporation funded a planning process intended to develop goals for the long-range redevelopment of the Summit Place Mall area.