Stephen Borgsdorf is an Ann Arbor attorney and member of the Ann Arbor park advisory commission (PAC).
He works for the law firm Dykema, as part of its Commercial Litigation Practice Group.
In October 2014, Borgsdorf was nominated by then-mayor John Hieftje to serve on PAC. He was appointed by the Ann Arbor City Council in a vote taken on Nov. 6, 2014. The term runs from June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2017. He filled a vacancy left by Ingrid Ault, who resigned in the fall of 2014.
He is married to Amanda Borgsdorf. Their family lives on Ann Arbor's Old West Side. He is the son of long-time Ann Arbor attorney Charles Borgsdorf.
Bio on Dykema website: http://www.dykema.com/professionals-stephen_borgsdorf.html
Timeline: Steve Borgsdorf
Nov. 6, 2014: Is appointed to the Ann Arbor park advisory commission, replacing Ingrid Ault. The term runs from June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2017.
2013: Begins serving on the board of the Ann Arbor YMCA.
2010: Begins serving on the board of the Community Action Network Southeast.
2007-2012: Serves on the board of the nonprofit Community Action Network (CAN).
2007: Begins serving on the board of the Old West Side Association.
2004: Joins law firm Dykema.
2004: Earns law degree from the University of Wisconsin.
1999: Graduates from Kalamazoo College with a degree in political science.
In the news
Monday Profile: Steve Borgsdorf – Washtenaw Legal News, May 19, 2014
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