Infrastructure & Environment

Michigan's New Auto Office Gets a Leader

Gov. Rick Snyder has tapped a veteran auto industry executive to become the state’s automotive adviser.
September 5, 2013
 

Gov. Rick Snyder has tapped a veteran auto industry executive to become the state’s automotive adviser.

 
The appointment of Nigel Francis and creation of the Automotive Industry Office were effective as of Sunday. Francis will make $170,000 a year in his new job.
 
The new position and new office will be housed in the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

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