WCBRA Board Information

This page includes WCBRA mission, Board membership, and past years' meeting information.


The purpose of the Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (WCBRA) is to facilitate the redevelopment of previously developed sites, consistent with the community's commitment to sustainability and its vision for the future. Established by the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, the WCBRA can provide a mechanism for cleanup of contaminated sites, even if only slightly contaminated or perceived to be contaminated, such that current re-development is not occurring. Redeveloping brownfields helps to ease urban sprawl by encouraging the reuse of established commercial and industrial districts where public services are already in place.

WCBRA Members:

James Harless, General Public Representative, Secretary
Victoria Pebbles, Nonprofit Environmental Group Representative
Mark Heusel, County Wide Development Organization: Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce       
Todd Campbell, County Municipality Representative: City of Saline
Vacant, County Municipality Representative: City of Ypsilanti
Jeremy McCallion, General Public Representative, Vice Chair
Douglas McClure, Development Company: Conlin, McKenney & Philbrick, Chair
Yousef Rabhi, Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners Representative
Vacant, Nonprofit Community Group

Archived Meeting Packets/Approved Minutes

Follow the links below to view WCBRA Board meeting agendas and minutes from 2007-2013.  For a calendar of 2014 meetings and to view current agendas and minutes, click here.

2013 WCBRA Meetings 

2012 WCBRA Meetings 

2011 WCBRA Meetings




Annual Reports

 The WCBRA's Annual Reports provide an overview of the department's achievments for the past year.  In addition, they provide information on grants, projects, outreach activities, and board memberships.

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