City Council Newsletters

Since November 2018, I have written a newsletter with my summary of agenda items coming before Ann Arbor City Council, plus links to find more information. Subscribe to receive it first via email, or find it posted later on this blog.

Ann Arbor City Council Newsletter (November 19, 2022)

My term as an elected representative from Ward 4 is ended, so I am no longer handling constituent services. However, I remain committed to highlighting the work of Ann Arbor City Council so that our community has the maximum opportunity to be informed about and engage with the work of our elected representatives.

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Ann Arbor City Council Newsletter (September 4, 2022)

This week’s Ann Arbor City Council agenda is (again) short. Highlights include a feasibility study for a municipal electric utility and support for “polluter pay” legislation at the state level. An ordinance amendment that would establish protections for tenants (Just Cause for Eviction) is on our agenda but is likely to be postponed until September 19.

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Ann Arbor City Council Newsletter (July 30, 2022)

This coming week, due the Primary Election on Tuesday, Ann Arbor City Council is meeting on Thursday. We have a fairly short agenda, including a public hearing and final approval for ordinance amendments, funding allocations from the City’s Community Event Fund, and the sale of City-owned property to Avalon for the development of affordable housing.

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Ann Arbor City Council Newsletter (July 16, 2022)

This week’s Ann Arbor City Council agenda is very short, with only four items on the regular agenda. The Consent Agenda includes street closures for special events (CA-1 through CA-5), a plan to remove parking on Barton Drive (CA-11), as well as investment in traffic signals and crosswalks (CA-10).

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