The NATAC meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm (No Meeting in December) at the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Administration Building (2230 Platt Road, Ann Arbor, MI).
Authority:Resolution 01-0119 created this body in accordance with the Open Space Ordinance now referenced as the National Areas Ordinance (August 2, 2000). NATAC shall function as an advisory body to assist the Parks and Recreation Commission in determining whether it should purchase a particular natural area parcel offered for sale to the County. Policies and operating procedures of NATAC shall be established by the Parks and Recreation Commission.
Compensation:Members are eligible for per diem and mileage.
Membership:Resolution 01-0119 established a seven member Committee representing a)fisheries biology/aquatic ecology; b)botany/forestry; c)wildlife management; d)professional land use planning; e)environmental protection; f)professional real estate or development practice; g)land trust/conservation. Terms are two year staggered for implementation. Members may be reappointed by the Board of Commissioners for successive terms. The County Board shall have the discretion to remove NATAC members for good cause. NATAC members shall not be compensated for their services but shall be reimbursed for attending meetings and mileage as provided under the Board of Commissioners rules and regulations. NATAC members must be County residents.