MENOMINEE CITY COUNCIL MAYOR: 

  • Jean Stegeman, 2511 10th Street, Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 863-1750

COUNCIL MEMBERS (FIRST WARD):

  • Heather Nelson, 1403 First Street, Menominee, MI 49858, (715) 254-9024
  • Jacqueline Nutter, 1304 1/2 13th Avenue, Menominee, MI 49858, (715) 330-8203

COUNCIL MEMBERS (SECOND WARD):

  • Steve Fifarek 2200 14th, Avenue, Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 864-3632
  • William Plemel, 2034 Tenth Avenue, Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 863-6032

COUNCIL MEMBERS (THIRD WARD):

  • Josh Jones 3112-22nd Street Menominee, MI 49858, (715) 923-4409
  • Dennis Klitzke 1525 First Street, Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 863-5644

COUNCIL MEMBERS (FOURTH WARD):

  • Frank Pohlmann, 4203 Michigan Shores Drive Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 863-3154
  • Doug Robinson, 4504-13th Street Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 290-4649

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FINANCE COMMITTEE:

  • Frank Pohlmann *
  • Steve Fifarek
  • William Plemel
  • Jean Stegeman

JUDICIAL AND LEGISLATIVE/PERSONNEL AND LABOR COMMITTEE:

  • William Plemel *
  • Josh Jones
  • Frank Pohlmann
  • Jean Stegeman

PARKS AND RECREATION /BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE:

  • Josh Jones *
  • Dennis Klitzke
  • Heather Nelson
  • Jean Stegeman

PUBLIC SAFETY/PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE:

  • Doug Robinson *
  • Steve Fifarek
  • Dennis Klitzke
  • Jean Stegeman

SPECIAL PROJECTS/COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE:

  • Heather Nelson *
  • Jacqueline Nutter
  • Doug Robinson
  • Jean Stegeman

* Chairperson

 


 

Finance Committee:

  • Provides input to City Manager and City Treasurer on city debt transactions, budget priorities, and capital improvements.
  • Periodically reviews the city’s overall financial status with the City Manager and City Treasurer and provides input on overall strategies to improve the city’s financial status.
  • Meets with City Manager and City Treasurer on a quarterly basis to review actual revenues/expenses versus budget.

Judicial and Legislative I Personnel and Labor Committee:

  • Collects info and keeps City Council updated on federal and state legislative or judicial issues that have a direct impact on municipal government or finances.
  • Makes recommendations to City Council regarding issues that require a public vote of city residents.
  • Periodically reviews the City Charter for needed changes.• Provides input to City Manager on personnel policies I issues.

Parks and Recreation I Buildings and Ground Committee:

  • Works with City Manager, Parks Dept, and Recreation Dept to review the quality of city facilities, identify needed capital improvements, and discuss the quality of programs and services provided.
  • Reviews new parks or recreation facilities proposed by City Manager and makes a recommendation to City Council.
  • Reviews capital improvements to city-owned buildings proposed by City Manager and makes a recommendation to City Council.

Public Safety I Public Works Committee:

  • Reviews major utility and street projects that require significant investment by the city and makes recommendations to City Council.
  • Provides input to City Manager on resident services delivered by either the Fire Dept, Police Dept, or Public Works Dept.

Special Projects I Community Relations Committee:

  • Identifies opportunities to improve communications between city government and residents/businesses.
  • Provides input to City Manager on community outreach programs.
  • Provides input to City Manager on issues not assigned to other committees.