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Michael Andrick, Property Maintenance Specialist

Mike carries out daily property maintenance tasks, including field inspections, monitoring houses, condos, and commercial structures.  He manages and coordinates Land Bank maintenance contractors and their responsibility pertaining to Land Bank properties.  He regularly completes field work and manages properties for the Ingham County Treasurer during the tax foreclosure process. 

David Burns, Real Estate Specialist

David executes detailed real estate transactions of residential and commercial properties.  He manages the development and sales of large commercial properties that may include Brownfield integration and tax credit options.  He identifies and secures the development of vacant-parcel clusters and strategizes funding mechanisms with construction plans for the perfect final project.   

Roxanne Case, Interim Executive Director and Grant Manager

As the Land Bank Grant Manager, Roxanne manages the Land Bank's contracts with both the funding agencies and contractors involved demolitions, rehabs, and new construction projects. She believes the Land Bank’s work is important because, “It brings neighborhoods back to life -- eliminating blight and remodeling for sale properties gives momentum to neighborhoods and moves the county forward.”

Roxanne enjoys working with demolition properties and finds the responsibility of turning around a blighted structure into green space rewarding. “It’s always a happy day when we can improve the safety of our neighborhoods,” she says. 

Amy Kinney, Program Administration Associate

Amy provides the backbone of the Land Bank Office.  She is key to the internal operations, with the face and voice of the organization to visitors and callers.  She works closely with our Finance & Administration Manager in completing day-to-day financial transactions and accounting. 

John Krohn, Garden Program Manager

John manages the Land Bank Garden Program, which provides technical assistance to empower urban residents to manage vacant lots as household or community gardens, urban farms, or enhanced green space. The Garden Program, with the help of a team of AmeriCorps members and volunteers from the community, is able to eliminate most of our maintenance obligations at many of our vacant parcels, turning those liabilities into assets for our community. As a Lansing resident, John sees the Land Bank’s work as vital to supporting neighborhoods hard hit by the foreclosure crisis, transforming problems into opportunities to create healthier, vibrant, and inspiring spaces for people to live and work.
John is proud of the Land Bank’s community food assets, which include a u-pick raspberry patch, a u-pick sweet corn patch, and an orchard. John looks forward to helping provide Lansing’s urban core with some of the same opportunities for active outdoor recreation, food security, and natural beauty that rural and suburban residents enjoy."

Tony Olivarez, Construction Manager

Tony develops cost estimates and bid specifications, then manages the contractors hired to rehab foreclosed houses and build new on vacant lands. To Tony, “The Land Bank provides opportunity for home ownership for many, while improving the landscape of the Ingham County community.” Of all the projects Tony is involved in, he enjoys his daily interaction with residents, vendors and community leaders the most. As a Michigan native, one of Tony’s passions is the continued rehabilitation of properties, providing affordable housing for first time homeowners. 

Linda Weber, Finance and Administration Manager

Linda is a hands-on financial manager.  She ensures numerous, often time-sensitive, financial and administrative tasks.  She uses BS&A software to manage the general ledger, journal entires, cash receipting, and accounts receivable.  This includes finances for sales, land contracts, rentals, annual tax capture, Land Bank tax foreclosure activities and much more.

Reporting an issue

Does a Land Bank property in your neighborhood have an issue we need to know about such as a downed tree or sidewalk that needs shoveling? Report the problem on our contact form or call one of our Land Bank team members at 517-267-5221.

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