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Ann Arbor City Council Meeting Summaries

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For each City Council meeting, I provide links to the City's Legistar website, CTN's YouTube video, and links to my newsletters and voting charts that I publish on A2ELNEL.com. I list agenda items of interest from each meeting, along with Legistar links, articles I've written (highlighted purple), and articles published on MLive. Look for highlighted text to find votes on development, affordable housing, and the City's Sustainability and Innovations department.
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November 19, 2018

  • APPROVED: $250,000 budget amendment to the office of Sustainability and Innovations (Legistar) Approved projects:

    • $200,000 for Net Zero Affordable Housing (solar, electrification, other upgrades to property on Broadway)

    • $15,000 for additional EV stations

    • $10,000 seed funding for resilience hubs

    • $25,000 for feasibility studies, legal analysis, and other pre-work needed for large scale solar installations at city-owned properties

    • Three line items were rejected: $14,000 for professional development, $10,000 for educational and community outreach materials, and $39,000 for staffing.

  • APPROVED: A survey of residents will be conducted (using funds previously allocated) to collect input on use of the untethered rebate money from the mental health and public safety millage. (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: Staff recommended updates to the City’s Traffic Calming Program, including industry best practices, staff observations, past project area feedback, and peer community review (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: $32,779 additional funds to complete Scio Church Road Improvements Project (Legistar)

  • https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2018/11/ann_arbors_new_council_finds_c.html

  • Additional Thoughts (Nov 18, 2018) - Sustainability and Innovations Funding

  • Climate Change Action Funding