Contact Information for the Osceola County Land Bank
Dan Massy, Community Development Coordinator
301 W. Upton Reed City, MI 49677
The mission of the Osceola County Land Bank Authority (OCLBA) is to improve the quality of life in Osceola County by involving local units of government, community organizations, and other stakeholders in finding the best way to return tax-foreclosed properties to the tax rolls and to utilize the program to promote community & economic development.
Corresponding State Act and/or County Resolution
By law the County Treasurer is an ex officio member. Other members are the County's Community Development Coordinator and three individuals that must be Osceola County residents. County residents serve three year terms and may be appointed to successive terms.
|Tonia Hartline||County Treasurer||Indefinite; term linked to position as County Treasurer
|Vacant||Community Development Coordinator||Indefinite; term linked to position as Community Development Coordinator
|Jack Nehmer||County Resident||Appointment made by the Board of Commissioners; term ends 7/31/2022
|Marty Nieman||Local Government Appointment||Appointment made by the Board of Commissioners; term ends 7/31/2022
|Vacant||County Resident||Interested in serving on the Board?|
The annual meeting schedule is determined at the first meeting each year. A minimum of three members are required to form a quorum. Meeting minutes are posted in the Agendas & Minutes section under the Government tab.
Osceola County currently does not have any properties in its Land Bank; however, the State of Michigan does have several Osceola County properties in its Land Bank. You can obtain information on these properties, view pictures, view their location, and apply for these properties from the Property Search page of the State Land Bank Authority website.
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