This week on Ann Arbor City Council, we have another long consent agenda, two public hearings, one second-reading of an ordinance amendment, and some new business that includes a property annexation and a few resolutions for health and safety.
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This week on Ann Arbor City Council, we have a very long consent agenda, eight public hearings, five second-readings of ordinances, one ordinance amendment (first reading), and some new business that includes re-zoning, plan approvals, and settlement of a lawsuit.
This week on Ann Arbor City Council, we have two public hearings, two ordinance amendments (first reading), and some new business including revised bylaws for a city commission.
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.
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.
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!
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.