Board Vacancy

The DDA Board has a vacancy effective immediately.

This vacancy is required to have a DDA District Resident according to the DDA By-Laws.  A DDA Resident is described as:

At least one (1) of the members shall be a resident of the DDA District, if the DDA District has one hundred (100) or more persons residing in it. Each member shall serve a term of four (4.) years.  To see the DDA District Boundary Map please go to the tab About The DDA, then Click on District Map.

If you are interested, please click on the link above for the application and return it to the Village of Almont Municipal Office.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the DDA Executive Director Kim Schall at 810-798-8125 or by email at kschall@almontdda.com

 

DDA Executive Director
Kim Schall
817 N. Main St.
Almont, MI  48003
810-798-8125

Chairperson
Andy Roosa
780 Van Dyke, Suite # 1
Almont, MI  48003
810-673-7883

Vice Chairperson
Michele Breen
750 Van Dyke
Almont, MI 48003
810-798-3485

Secretary
Steve Schneider
209 S. Main St. - P.O. Box 487
Almont, MI 48003
810-798-2545

Treasurer
Traci Pewinski
817 N. Main St.
Almont, MI  48003
810-614-5603

 

 

Members

Christy Yarbrough
134 S. Main St. - P.O. Box 263
Almont, MI  48003
810-798-3030

Mike Bohm
515 S. Main St.
Almont, MI  48003
1-866-259-6172

Lisa Kniesteadt
137 N. Main St. - P.O. Box 667
Almont, MI 48003
810-673-3301

Paul Randazzo
110 S. Main St.
Almont, MI 48003
810-331-0000

 

 

The DDA is governed by a nine member Board of Directors.  The Board members represent people with a vested interest in the success and development of a vibrant downtown.  Representing a cross section of our community, they include business and property owners as well as residents of the community.  The Village Council President serves on the DDA Board of Directors.  Board members are appointed by the Almont Village Council President with the approval of the Council  and serve four year terms.

By-Laws and Ordinances

Almont DDA Staff

Kimberly A. Schall
Executive Director
The Almont DDA employs an Executive Director, Kim Schall, who serves as the part-time administrator of the authority.  The Executive Director serves at the discretion of the Almont DDA Board.  The Executive Director is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating all DDA sponsored activities and events within the DDA district.  The Executive Director also serves as a liasion between the DDA and local merchants and service organizations.  They are responsible for promoting economic development within the DDA district, preparing budgets and grant writing.