Livonia’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is a public corporation established by the City of Livonia under Michigan Public Act 338 of 1974, as amended. The EDC provides a partnership between the public and private sectors and offers an incentive program designed to help businesses grow and prosper.
Governed by a Board of Directors composed of business leaders and community representatives, the EDC schedules regular meetings to discuss the issuing of tax-exempt revenue bonds or notes to finance all or part of the costs of a project. These costs may include land acquisition, new construction, renovation of an existing property and machinery and equipment.
Gregory Coppola Year Appointed: 2013
Patrick Crandell Year Appointed: 2017
Charlotte Mahoney Year Appointed: 1991
The Economic Development Corporation has five members (nine members prior to January 2009) that are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council. The members serve for six years.
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