What do you know about Harvey Hollins III?

Timeline: Harvey Hollins III

February 6, 2016. Snyder aide: No reason to brief gov on Legionnaires'. Detroit Free Press. "Harvey Hollins III, director of Michigan's Office of Urban and Metropolitan Initiatives, said in an interview Friday that he received an e-mail from a Department of Environmental Quality official in March about concerns over Legionnaires' disease in Genesee County. But Hollins said he told the e-mail's author, former DEQ spokesman Brad Wurfel, in a follow-up call, that there was not enough information for him to take the issue to the governor."

July/August 2012. What Can This Man Do for Michigan? Michigan Municipal League. "So what does Hollins say he can do for Michigan’s cities? His mission, he explains, is simply to facilitate conversations that produce solutions to make it easier for the cities themselves to do what needs to be done. “The solutions exist within the cities themselves,” said Hollins. “What we’re trying to do is to create a mechanism for these solutions to bubble up and coalesce statewide. There are cross-cutting issues that exist in all these cities that have not been articulated in a collaborative manner.”"

September 12, 2011. Director of new state initiative Harvey Hollins provides insights on revitalizing Michigan's cities. MLive. "Born in South Haven, Hollins is a 1983 graduate of Otsego High School and a 1987 graduate of Kalamazoo College. His leadership potential was identified early. He received the Catherine A. Smith Award for Human Rights at K-College. He has a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, where he was chosen to be the student speaker for his graduating class."