City Council

 
The City Council consists of seven elected officials, the Mayor and six Councilpersons.  Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month at City Hall in the Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m.
 
Business to be considered by the City Council and placed on the agenda must be done so by no later than 12:00 noon on the Friday preceding the meeting.
 
The public is welcome to attend and may address the City Council during two public comment periods.
Public comment is also accepted in written form if you are unable to attend a meeting.  Comments and concerns for the City Council may be mailed to the City Clerk at:
   City of Ithaca
   129 W. Emerson
   Ithaca, MI 48847
 
To correspond by email, please send to:
City Manager Jamey Conn:  City Manager
City Clerk Barbara Fandell: Clerk/Treasurer
 
 
 

Council Meeting Dates

 

2020 Meeting Dates

January

07

2020

January

21

2020

February

04

2020

February

18

2020

March

03

2020

March

17

2020

April

07

2020

April

21

2020

May

05

2020

May

19

2020

June

02

2020

June

16

2020

July 

07

2020

July 

21

2020

August

04

2020

August

18

2020

September

01

2020

September

15

2020

October

06

2020

October

20

2020

November

03

2020

November

17

2020

December

01

2020

December

15

2020

 

CURRENT MEETING AGENDA: January 21, 2020 Agenda
 
(City Council Meeting information is available the Monday prior to the City Council meeting.)
   
 

Elected Officials

 
Mayor Alice Schafer                         
Mayor ProTem Rick Koppleberger   
Councilperson Brett Baublitz           
Councilperson James Gruesbeck
Councilperson Clark Hubbard
Councilperson Scott Gray
Councilperson  James Andrew
 
City Manager Jamey Conn
Clerk-Treasurer Barbara Fandell
Attorney Jefferson Arnold 
 
Term Expiration 11/2021:  Schafer, Koppleberger, Hubbard, Gray
Term Expiration 11/2023:  Gruesbeck, Baublitz, Andrew
 

 
The City Council positions are elected city at-large positions.  The Mayor serves a 2-year term and Councilpersons serve 4-year terms.
All positions are non-partisan.
 
The Mayor is a member of the Council having equal standing as other Councilpersons and also has the additional powers and duties as provided by law.  The Council exercises all of the legislative and policymaking powers of the City and provides for the performance of all duties and obligations imposed upon the City by law.
 
City Council positions are elected with each odd-year election cycle.  Petitions for running are due in April.  Questions on running for these positions may be directed to the City Clerk at clerk@ithacami.com .


City Council Meeting Minutes 2020
 
Prior Years' Minutes
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