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Howell woman appointed to state commission

Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday announced the l appointment of a Livingston County resident to the Manufactured Housing Commission.

Kimberly A. Scott, of Howell, is the senior vice president of acquisitions and transition for Cambio Communities. She is a member of the Michigan Manufactured Housing Association and was appointed to represent operators of licensed manufactured housing park for a term commencing August 18, 2022, and expiring May 9, 2025. She succeeds Margaret Burns whose term expired May 9, 2022.

Kimberly Scott

The Manufactured Housing Commission is responsible for establishing uniform policy relating to all phases of manufactured housing, business, manufactured housing parks, and seasonal manufactured housing parks.

The Commission has the legal authority to approve local governmental ordinances which would regulate manufactured housing, grant variances to the Manufactured Housing Commission Rules, approve licenses for manufactured home installer/servicers and retailers, and impose penalties on persons who have violated the Mobile Home Commission Act or Rules. 

These appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.

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