This was a Special Session to discuss a Charter Amendment for Nonpartisan Local Elections. If approved, the question would be put to voters on the November 2020 ballot.
This resolution was previously considered and approved in July 2019 (for inclusion on the November 2019 ballot) but was vetoed by Mayor Taylor.
UPDATE: Mayor Taylor vetoed this resolution on Aug 11, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, this Council meeting was held remotely via Zoom teleconferencing
It takes a couple weeks for City Council meeting minutes to be officially approved, and I know some of you are curious to know how we vote on the issues that matter to you. In case you are not able to invest an hour and a half in watching it live or online, below is my Ann Arbor City Council voting chart illustrating how members voted on each issue at our most recent meeting on August 10, 2020. To find more information about any of the ordinances/resolutions listed in this chart, you can refer to Legistar:
Draft meeting minutes will be posted at that same link, generally within several days of the meeting. The official meeting minutes will also eventually be found at that same link, once approved by Council.
A video recording of the City Council meeting is posted to CTN’s YouTube page at: