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Snyder makes appointment, reappointment to Manufactured Housing Commission
August 14, 2014
Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Thomas Lutz, of White Lake Township, and the reappointment of Creighton Weber, of Bloomfield Hills, to the Michigan Manufactured Housing Commission.
The commission establishes uniform policies related to all phases of manufactured housing, business manufactured housing parks and seasonal manufactured housing parks.
“Thomas and Creighton are great choices for this commission and I am confident they will do good work,” Snyder said.
Lutz is the director, financial secretary, and executive board committee member for the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters. He is an American Institute of Architects accredited education provider. Lutz earned an associate degree from Schoolcraft College. Lutz will serve a three-year term expiring May 9, 2015, and replaces Brenda Abbey. He represents organized labor.
Weber is a director for the Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital Group specializing in the finance of manufactured housing communities nationwide. He is a licensed real estate broker and a member of the Michigan Manufactured Housing Association and the Michigan Apartment Association. Weber earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University and an MBA from the University of Michigan. Weber will serve a three-year term expiring May 9, 2017. He continues to represent financial institutions.
Appointments to the Manufactured Housing Commission are subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.