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Frederick E. Zorn

City Administrator

City of Southfield

HQ Phone:  (248) 796-5000

Direct Phone: (248) ***-****direct phone

Email: f***@***.com

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City of Southfield

26000 Evergreen Rd

Southfield, Michigan,48076

United States

Background Information

Employment History

City Administrator

Lockwood Management LLC


Board Second Vice President

Southfield Nonprofit Housing Corporation


Executive Director of Housing and Neighborhood Development Services

City of Taylor


President

Taylor Housing Commission


Associate Director

M. Shapiro Real Estate Group


Affiliations

Michigan Suburbs Alliance Redevelopment Ready Communities

Founding Member of the Steering Committee


The Southeastern Oakland County Water Authority incorporated

Board of Trustees Member


IntelliSite

Committee Member


Education

Michigan State University


Bachelor of Arts degree

Political Science

Oakland University


Master of Science

Urban Planning - Economic Development

Wayne State University


Web References(75 Total References)


About Us | Lockwood

www.lockwoodcompanies.com [cached]

According to Fred Zorn, City Administrator for the City of Southfield:
Frederick E. Zorn, Jr., CEcD Treasurer, City of Southfield Non-Profit Housing Corporation City Administrator, City of Southfield 26000 Evergreen Road Southfield, MI 48037 (248) 796-5110 Email: fzorn@cityofsouthfield.com


Southfield Nonprofit Housing Corporation - About Us

snhc.org [cached]

Frederick E. Zorn, Jr., Board Second Vice President, City Administrator - City of Southfield
Frederick E. Zorn, Jr., CEcD Board Second Vice President Fred serves as city administrator for the City of Southfield. In that role he is responsible for the day-to-day management of Southfield's general fund of $67 million (part of a $176 million total budget) and more than 600 employees. Fred has extensive public administration and housing experience. Prior to his role with the city of Southfield, he served as executive director of Housing and Neighborhood Development Services for the City of Taylor. In that capacity, his responsibilities included oversight of the Taylor Community Development Corporation (aka the Villages of Taylor), Taylor Cares, LLC program, the Taylor Housing Commission, and the HOME Consortium. Fred also served as that city's executive director of economic and development services, which included administrative activities relating to Tax Increment Finance Authority (TIFA), Downtown Development Authority, the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, Planning Department, Building Department, as well as ordinance enforcement. Fred also led efforts surrounding the redevelopment of the Villages of Taylor, and served as president for the Taylor Community Development Corporation. His previous roles also include associate director for M. Shapiro Development, LLC, controller for the City of Melvindale, and deputy director of economic development for the Downriver Community Conference. Fred is a founding member of the Michigan Suburbs Alliance (MSA) Redevelopment Ready Communities (RRC) steering committee, a nonprofit coalition of 32 inner-ring suburbs. RRC is one of the nation's first initiatives to measure a city's or county's progress toward "redevelopment readiness," with a certification program that brings with it the expertise of a steering committee comprised of developers, planners, advocates, and government officials. Using a set of best practices and technical assistance, RRC helps localities build deliberate, fair, and consistent development processes from the inside out, and effectively communicate about them. Fred earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Oakland University. He has also completed course work towards a Master of Science in Urban Planning - Economic Development from Wayne State University. Fred is a CEcD (Certified Economic Developer) from the International Economic Development Council, and he is certified by the National Development Council as an Economic Development Finance Professional and a Housing Development Finance Professional.


About Us | Lockwood

www.lockwoodcompanies.com [cached]

According to Fred Zorn, City Administrator for the City of Southfield:
Frederick E. Zorn, Jr., CEcD Treasurer, City of Southfield Non-Profit Housing Corporation City Administrator, City of Southfield 26000 Evergreen Road Southfield, MI 48037 (248) 796-5110 Email: fzorn@cityofsouthfield.com


www.journalgroup.com

A process that was expected to take only a few weeks was dragged out by nearly three months after the initial choice for the position - Fred Zorn - accepted another position.
The city was informed about a week after the interviews that Zorn had accepted a position as the deputy manager of the City of Southfield.


www.journalgroup.com

That session resulted in an offer that was extended to Fred Zorn, the former economic development director for the City of Taylor.
However, the city was informed about a week after the interviews that Zorn had accepted a position as the deputy manager of the City of Southfield. It is not known why he declined to accept the top spot in Inkster, and attempts to reach him for comment were unsuccessful.


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