Michigan Historical Commission

Michigan Library and Historical Center building, viewed from the circle drive off Kalamazoo Street.

The Michigan Historical Commission advises the director of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and approves Michigan Historical Markers. The governor appoints commission members to four-year terms.

Michigan Historical Commission Members

  • Laura Rose Ashlee, Okemos
  • Joseph Calvaruso, Galesburg
  • Timothy Chester, Grand Rapids
  • Brian James Egen, Monroe
  • Delia M. Fernandez, Lansing
  • Eric P. Hemenway, Harbor Springs
  • Robin Terry, Rochester Hills
  • Thomas Truscott, Lansing
  • Larry J. Wagenaar, Ada
  • Sandra S. Clark, Secretary, Director, Michigan History Center

Michigan Historical Commission Meeting Schedule and Agendas

Unless noted, all meetings begin at 10 a.m. and are open to the public. Meeting agendas will be posted here in PDF format as they become available. The Michigan Library and Historical Center is located at 702 West Kalamazoo Street, Lansing. The building and visitor parking are on the north side of Kalamazoo Street, two blocks east of M. L. King Jr. Boulevard.

2020 Meetings

  • February 13 - read the agenda
    Board Room
    Michigan Library and Historical Center
     
  • March 12 - read the agenda
    Bigelow Room
    Michigan Library and Historical Center
     
  • April 30 - read the agenda
    In response to the COVID-19 emergency, this meeting will be held in an online format with the opportunity for the public to view the meeting and participate online or by telephone via conference line. If you would like to participate in the online meeting or by telephone as an attendee and/or provide public comment, please send an email to Michelle Davis.
     
  • June 11 - read the agenda
     
  • September 3 - read the agenda
    In response to the COVID-19 emergency, this meeting will be held in an online format with the opportunity for the public to view the meeting and participate online or by telephone via conference line. If you would like to participate in the online meeting or by telephone as an attendee and/or provide public comment, please send an email to Michelle Davis.
     
  • November 19
    In response to the COVID-19 emergency, this meeting will be held in an online format with the opportunity for the public to view the meeting and participate online or by telephone via conference line. If you would like to participate in the online meeting or by telephone as an attendee and/or provide public comment, please send an email to Michelle Davis.

Commission Documents

Programs and Initiatives

Updated 10/09/2020