Supervisor Robert Nix II, Chairperson
Supervisor Robert Nix II is the Supervisor for Northville Township. He holds a J.D. from Wayne State University, and a B.S. from Eastern Michigan University.
Supervisor Nix is retired from the Kerr, Russell, and Weber Law Firm in Detroit. He practiced with the firm from 1973-2014.
He has won multiple awards from the Federal Bar Association and the National Order of Barristers. He was also inducted into the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and American College of Mortgage Attorneys, served leadership in the colleges, was the past Chairman of the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar and served as a member and Chairman of several Committees in the Michigan Land Title Standards.
Northville Township sits on the northwestern edge of Wayne County and has more than 28,000 residents.
Mayor Kerreen Conley is in her second term as the Mayor of the City of Belleville. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, a Masters in Business Administration and a Masters in Human Resources and Organizational Development. Mayor Conley has over 25 years of municipal experience at both the local and county levels serving in a wide range of capacities. She has served on the Conference of Western Wayne Executive Board and currently serves on the Downriver Wastewater Utility Authority and several local advisory boards.
Supervisor Pat Williams previously enjoyed a successful 38 year career in the automotive industry. He holds a Metallurgy/Material Science degree from Schoolcraft College, and a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Business Administration degrees from Lawrence Technological University. Supervisor Williams supports and has served on boards of several community-based organizations.
In addition, he is the current Vice-Chairman and Secretary of the Western Townships Utilities Authority Board and a member of the 35th District Court Board of Directors. Governor Snyder appointed Supervisor Williams to serve as the representative for the Michigan Townships Association on the Michigan Trial Court Funding Commission.
Mayor Byron Nolen, Treasurer
Mayor Nolen has deep roots in the Inkster community. He was born and raised there, and has been a resident of the City of Inkster for more than 33 years. As a youth, he was very involved with local sports, and was a member of Top Teens of America Inkster Chapter which was a community service organization.
Mayor Nolen is the co-chair of the Inkster Task Force, Seeds 2 Feed Organization, National Action Network Inkster Chapter, and stays abreast of local, state and national political issues.
Mayor LeRoy Burcroff is a lifelong Romulus resident and Romulus High School graduate. After high school and while attending college, he took an entry level position at the company Bearing Service, and ended up making a very long and successful career there. He worked his way into multiple supervisory and leadership positions, and ultimately all the way up to a Vice President’s position within the company.
Mayor Burcroff believes we can take proven solutions from the private sector and transfer them to the public sector and reap the same outstanding successes and benefits.