Michigan is divided into nine councils for the purpose of representation on CRAM committees.
For information on upcoming council meetings please visit our events page.
Blue Water Highway Council
President Erick Pearson, Lapeer
Secretary Suzanne Shagena, Sanilac
Meetings held on 4th Thursday of January, April, July, October
Great Lakes Council
President Darren Pionk, Arenac
Secretary Patti Hagstrom, Gogebic
Meetings held on 1st Thursday of all odd-numbered months
Paul Bunyan Council
President Kelly Bekken, Missaukee
Secretary Kelly Smith, Newaygo
Meetings held on 3rd Thursday of February, May, August, November
Seven County Council
President Joseph D. Pulver, Clinton
Secretary Jennifer Rosser, Clinton
Meetings held on 3rd Tuesday of January, April, July, October
Chair Gary Malcolm, Branch
Meetings held on 1st Monday of February, May, August, November
Secretary Kenneth J. Hulka, Muskegon
Meetings held on 2nd Monday of February, May, August, November
Straits Area Council
Chair Larry Orcutt, Alpena
Secretary Julie Patterson, Alpena
Meetings held as set by host county in 2nd or 3rd week of February, May, August, November
Board of Directors
John H. Daly III, Genesee
Robert P. Hoepfner, Macomb
Dennis G. Kolar, Oakland
Terry Spryszak, Wayne
Steve Warren, Kent
Chair Timothy O'Rourke, Roscommon
Secretary Stefanie Simmons, Roscommon
Meetings held on 4th Thursday of all February, May, August, and November
Asset Management Council Releases new report
This new report from The Asset Managment Council details the rough road ahead. Click here to link to the 2011 summary document or for the full version click here.
Road funding has fallen short of maintenance needs for too long.
Call, write or e-mail your State legislators and tell them that you want Michigan's roads fully funded. Click here to link to the Just Fix The Roads
RUSH-PAC is the political fundraising arm of the County Road Association of Michigan (CRAM). RUSH-PAC stands for Rural and Urban Streets and Highways Political Action Committee. It is made up of people like you who understand the value of good roads and bridges. Click here to learn how together, we can make our voice heard in Lansing.