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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 18, 2019

  • APPROVED: All recommendations from the Ann Arbor Housing Commission (AAHC). Study was directed by Resolution 19-0605 passed April 1, 2019 - written by CMs Eaton, Nelson, Bannister - cosponsored by Smith, Taylor (Legistar)

    • AAHC to Develop 121 E. Catherine as Affordable Housing (Legistar)

    • AAHC to Develop 404 N. Ashley as Affordable Housing (Legistar)

    • AAHC to Pursue Affordable Housing Development of 2000 S. Industrial (Legistar)

    • Conduct Community Engagement Around Development Options for Ashley/William and First/William Surface Parking Lots to Support Affordable Housing in the City (Legistar)

    • Conduct Community Engagement Around Development Options for 721 N Main in Support of Affordable Housing in the City (Legistar)

    • Continue Community Engagement around Development Options for the AAHC-Owned Properties at 3432 - 3440 Platt Road and 3435 - 3443 Springbrook to Support Affordable Housing in the City (Legistar)

    • AAHC to Determine Feasibility of using 1510 E. Stadium for Temporary or Permanent AAHC or Other City Office Space (Legistar)

    • Collaborate with the AAHC to Provide Coordinated Analysis on the Feasibility of the City-Owned Property at 353 S. Main as a Potential Location for Affordable Housing (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: Plan to Expand Access to Voting and Registration Beyond the Minimum Required by the Michigan Constitution for Even-Year November General Elections (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: Resident-Driven Sidewalk Gap-Filling Program and Appropriate $150,000 from the General Fund (Legistar

  • APPROVED: $15,000 budget amendment for plans and specifications to fill the sidewalk gap on Stimson Street (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: $20,000 budget amendment for plans and specifications to fill the sidewalk gap on Scio Church Road (Legistar)

  • APPROVED: The Vic Village South Site Plan and Development Agreement, 1100 South University Avenue (Legistar)

    • 42 one bedroom, 33 two bedroom, 32 three bedroom, 24 four bedroom (14 units at 80% AMI)