Harry joined the Delhi DDA board of directors in 2015, although his service to the Delhi Township community has spanned decades.
Harry has held multiple positions in Delhi township, including eight years as a township supervisor, 12 years as township treasurer and seven years as a trustee. He is also on the board of the H.O.L.T. Scholarship program.
A lifelong Holt resident, Harry looks forward to continuing his service to the Delhi Township community on the DDA board.
Kim Cosgrove (photo on site, but may need an updated one)
Holt Schools Representative, Treasurer
Kim has enjoyed her service on the board very much, and says that as a Delhi homeowner, serving on the DDA board has been an enlightening experience. “I did not know…the programs the DDA works on and the improvements they try to stimulate in this area until I sat on the board,” she says.
One of the DDA projects for which Kim is a strong advocate is the push for a walkable community. “Delhi Township is putting together a non-motorized transportation master plan,” she says. “The goal is to develop and enhance pathways and sidewalks within the township so people don’t have to drive a car to get around.” The entire township will be included in the plan, which ultimately includes connecting to the Lansing Riverwalk when it reaches Delhi.
“I know some DDAs in Michigan have come under fire,” Kim says. “But I believe our DDA has really been working for the infrastructure of the township, to bring businesses and homeowners to our township, to grow it and to create a community. I’m very supportive of the DDA.”
Kim is a certified public accountant and has worked for the Holt Public Schools for 12 years. She and her family reside in Holt.