The League of Women Voters of Livingston County will hold a public forum later this month at the Howell Carnegie District Library with LETS – the Livingston Essential Transportation Service – the focus.
The program will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 7-8 p.m. in the library’s Meabon Room as LETS Director Greg Kellogg will share a brief history of LETS and the current state of public transportation in Livingston County, discuss funding, provide an overview of the 2019 Livingston County Transit Master Plan and subsequent implementation, and more. No registration is required. Seating begins 15 minutes before the event start time.
Kellogg attained a bachelors degree from Eastern Michigan University and master of Public Policy degree from Michigan State University. After graduation, he was hired as the Deputy Director of LETS, where his primary duties included finance and grants management. Upon the former Director’s retirement in 2018, Kellogg was appointed Director of Transportation Services by the Livingston County Board of Commissioners.
“As Director, Greg’s focus has been on implementing the 2019 Transit Master Plan and modernizing the LETS system,” stated a press release. “Greg currently lives in Howell Township with his wife, Sommer, and children Lexington (9), Mackinaw (6), and Leland (5). In his free time, Greg enjoys arboriculture and spending time outdoors, as well being an avid auto enthusiast.”