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Eli Cooper

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Plone Foundation

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Plone Foundation

P.O. Box 344

Fortville, Indiana,46040

United States

Company Description

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Employment History

Transportation Manager

City of Ann Arbor


Director Transportation Planning

Puget Sound Regional Council


Director of Planning and Growth Management

Metropolitan Council


Director of Planning and Growth Management

Met Council


Intermodal Director

Delaware Department of Transportation


Regional Councils


Affiliations

Ann Arbor Transportation Authority

Board Member


ArborWiki

Board Secretary


AATA

Board Member


Web References(125 Total References)


A2Success Participants - Community Success

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Eli Cooper, Transportation Program Manager - City of Ann Arbor


The Ann Arbor Chronicle | AAATA: Ypsilanti Township Boards Bus

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In comments later in the meeting, Eli Cooper acknowledged that over the last three or four meetings, the board had received a lot of public comment about the addition of Ypsilanti Township to the AAATA.
As the AAATA moves forward, he said, the budget that's under consideration for adoption and the services that have been provided historically are not related to the township as far as adding any additional financial liability to the authority. As the AAATA moves forward collectively as an urban core region, he said, there's a mechanism in place that will allow the township to sustain the services that are contemplated. Cooper invited Ford to comment on that description. Eli Cooper noted that the budget process had begun with the board's retreat in the spring. A work program had been outlined. Cooper also described several rounds of committee meetings and discussion by the board. The information had been thoroughly vetted by the board, he said. That was the process. As to the substance, Cooper reacted to some of the public commentary that had been given - about service to residents. Cooper felt it's important to note in thinking about the budget and service to residents, given the resources that are available, that the AAATA is doing a fantastic job in providing a reliable world-class service within the community. The challenge is taking something that is good and making it better, he said. Wringing out additional efficiencies and effectiveness sounds ideal, but that would be more difficult, he said. The question of moving forward and providing even more services that the community warrants - that's a conversation that will need to be conducted with the community about the resources necessary to ramp up from a great level of service. So as a board member, Cooper said he would be supporting the budget. He acknowledged that there are unmet needs and that there will be some conversations moving forward about how to best position the AAATA to meet the needs that the community expects, recognizing the AAATA's financial resources. The other two officers coming into the Sept. 26 meeting were Eli Cooper as treasurer and Anya Dale as secretary. Gott thanked Anya Dale in her role as secretary, Griffith in his role as chair, and Eli Cooper in his role as treasurer. planning and development committee: Sue Gott (chair), Eli Cooper, Gillian Ream Gainsley, Eric Mahler. Eli Cooper congratulated the project team on continuing to make progress on the construction. He recalled at the beginning of the year the board had been told about frost laws, and the target completion date has slipped. That could have created a cascade leading to more and more delay, he said. But to the staff's credit, the delay had been stemmed at that point. "Job well done, keep it up," Cooper concluded. Present: Charles Griffith, Eric Mahler, Susan Baskett, Eli Cooper, Sue Gott, Jack Bernard.


Ann Arbor > AboutUs > Leadership > Board of Directors

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Eli Cooper


Get Downtown > About us > Staff & Board

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Eli Cooper, A.I.C.P., Transportation Program Manager for the City of Ann Arbor
Eli is responsible for citywide transportation planning and project programming.


Board of Directors | Leadership | About Us | AATA - Ann Arbor Transportation Authority

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Board Treasurer: Eli Cooper
Eli Cooper


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