Pursuant to Public Act 240 of 2013 (Effective: 3/14/2014), the duties of the Legislative Council Facilities Agency (LCFA) became the responsibility of the Michigan State Capitol Commission. The Michigan State Capitol Commission is not an agency within the Legislative Council.
The Commission consists of the Secretary of the Senate; the Clerk of the House of Representatives; two individuals jointly appointed by the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House; and two individuals appointed by the Governor.
The Commission manages the Michigan State Capitol Historic Site, maintains and restores the State Capitol Building, and maintains and improves the grounds of the site. The Commission will appoint an individual to manage the day-to-day operations of the site and employ staff to carry out these responsibilities. The Commission makes recommendations to the Governor, the Senate, and the House of Representatives regarding funding for the site.