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Land Bank Board
The City of Peoria created the City of Peoria Land Bank as a Division of the City of Peoria Community Development Department to combat community deterioration. Its goal is to use strategies to make an unproductive property vibrant again, returning it to use, improving the quality of life for residents, stabilizing the tax base, and creating opportunities for housing, commerce, industry and employment for City residents.
The Land Bank Board serves to oversee that all operations of the land bank are free of political influence, that it acts fiscally responsible, that it spends all money given for land banking purposes, and to approve transactions over $15,000.
The Land Bank Board membership consists of Three City Council Members, the City Manager, the Community Development Director, the Corporation Counsel, the Peoria County Treasurer, A member of the real estate community, two representatives from City of Peoria neighborhoods, and a County representative.
Meeting Time, Date & Location
Time: 3:30 pm
Date: 2nd Monday of every month
Location: City Hall, 419 Fulton Street, Room 404
Peoria, IL 61602
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Patrich UrichCity Manager
Marilyn MosleyDistrict 1 Representative
Zachary OylerCouncil Liaison
Elizabeth JensenCouncil Liaison
Denise JacksonCouncil Liaison
Kimberly WashburnReal Estate Representative
Randall Anderson-MaxwellDistrict 2 Representative
Joe DulinCommunity Development Department Director
Patrick HayesCorporation Counsel
Nicole BjerkePeoria County Treasurer