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Since November 2018, I’ve shared Ann Arbor City Council agenda summaries, voting records, community announcements, and in-depth analysis of issues and policy.
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for December 17, 2018
This post contains my Ann Arbor City Council voting chart for the meeting of December 17, 2018. This meeting was held in person at City Hall.
Fourth Ward Newsletter (December 16, 2018)
This week on Ann Arbor City Council, we have one public hearing, two zoning amendments, some unfinished business related to the Northside school sidewalk gaps, and several new resolutions. Our commission and board appointments (approved at the last meeting) will also be reconsidered for amendment.
Public Forum on PFAS and the Huron River (Dec 18th 7-9pm)
As posted at: https://www.a2gov.org/departments/water-treatment/Pages/PFAS-Information.aspx The Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC), the Washtenaw...
City Council Work Session TODAY (Dec 10th 4pm) at Downtown Library
Quick HEADS UP-- there is a work session TODAY, Monday 12/10, 4 p.m. at the downtown library multi-purpose room. Among other activities, City...
University of Michigan purchases Fingerle Lumber property
As posted here: https://record.umich.edu/articles/university-purchase-fingerle-lumber-property-near-campus Dec 6, 2018: The University of Michigan...
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for December 3, 2018
This post contains my Ann Arbor City Council voting chart for the meeting of December 3, 2018. This meeting was held in person at City Hall.
Public Meeting TONIGHT (Dec 4) about 327 East Hoover
I was just informed of a public meeting TONIGHT (Tuesday Dec 4, 2018) at 7 pm in the AADL downtown library to discuss a proposed development at 327...
Compost collection extended to Dec 21
Due to Ann Arbor's early cold snap and upcoming warm weather, 2018's curbside compost collection end date has been extended to Friday, Dec. 21. The...
City Council Boards and Commissions Assignments
Last night, City Council assigned liaisons to our various boards and commissions. We also established membership on Council...
Additional Thoughts (Dec 2, 2018) – Deer Cull, Millage Rebate, Sidewalks
The following was originally published in my Dec 2, 2018 Newsletter in the "Additional Thoughts" section Additional thoughts… Since the last Council...
Fourth Ward Newsletter (December 2, 2018)
This week on Ann Arbor City Council, we have two public hearings, a motion to reconsider an issue from last week, and a few new resolutions. We will also be doing a bit of preparation for the coming year, establishing a calendar and assigning “jobs” among our members.
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for November 19, 2018
This post contains my Ann Arbor City Council voting chart for the meeting of November 18, 2019. This meeting was held in person at City Hall.
This was the first meeting for CM Griswold, CM Hayner, CM Nelson, CM Ramlawi.
Scio Church Road Project to Resume Next Spring
December 4, 2018 update: Scio Church is now open for two-way traffic! November 21, 2018 - Due to the early onset of colder weather and the impacts...
South State Street closure beginning Nov 26, 2018
South State Street closed from Granger to Oakbrook Monday, Nov. 26 - Friday, Feb. 1, 2019 Both directions will be closed to traffic for the...
Climate Change Action Funding
In response to the level of interest expressed by residents, this is an explanation of what happened at Monday night's (Nov 19, 2018) City Council...
Additional Thoughts (Nov 18, 2018) – Sustainability and Innovations Funding
The following was originally published in my Nov 18, 2018 Newsletter in the "Additional Thoughts" section Additional thoughts I have received about...
Fourth Ward Newsletter (November 18, 2018)
Below is a summary of the issues coming before Ann Arbor City Council this Monday, November 19th. Before the meeting, there will be a public reception in the lobby of city hall to celebrate the incoming City Council members (including me!). I hope you can join us!
Fourth Ward Newsletter (November 11, 2018)
This is the first of what I plan to be a series of newsletters to keep you informed about my activities as your Ann Arbor City Council representative for Ward 4.