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Deborah Kay Schutt, American urban planner. Professional community planner. Recipient County Achievement award National Association Counties, 1989, (with others) Merit award Michigan chapter American Society Landscape Architects, 1989.

Background

Schutt, Deborah Kay was born on March 16, 1953 in Higland Park, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Edward John and Marjorie Elizabeth (Jennings) Schutt.

Education

Bachelor in Geography, Valparaiso University, 1975. Master of Arts in Urban Planning, Wayne State University, 1993.

Career

Research assistant, County of Oakland Planning Division, Pontiac, Michigan, 1976-1977;intermediate planner, County of Oakland Planning Division, Pontiac, 1977-1979;assistant planner, County of Oakland Planning Division, Pontiac, 1979-1984;associate planner, County of Oakland Planning Division, Pontiac, 1984-1993;supervisor community assistance, mapping development and planning, County of Oakland, since 1993. Co-chair 8 Mile Corridor Task Force, Southfield, Michigan, 1990-1993. Project manager Woodward Avenue Corridor Study.

Achievements

  • Professional community planner.

Membership

Member location committee S. Oakland Shelter, Royal Oak, Michigan, since 1989. Member American Planning Association (Outstanding Planning award honorable mention 1989), Michigan Society Planning Officials (president since 1993, Honor award 1988), American Institute Certified Planners.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tap dancing, travel, gardening.

Connections

father:
Edward John Schutt

mother:
Marjorie Elizabeth (Jennings) Schutt