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Housing + Affordability Engagement Session Dec 10th

The City of Ann Arbor has identified the following city-owned lots for potential future affordable housing development:

  • 121 E Catherine (4th & Catherine parking lot)

  • 353 S Main (Main & William parking lot)

  • 309 S Ashley (Ashley & William parking lot)

  • 721 N Main (municipal parking lot)

The City is hosting three public engagement sessions this Fall/Winter, with the final meeting scheduled for Thursday, Dec 10th.


Housing + Affordability Virtual Engagement Session

Thursday, Dec 10th 2020 (6-8PM)

Zoom Meeting (see link below)


For more information and links to the engagement meetings:

https://www.community-engagement-annarbor.com/#Events


Direct link to the Dec 10th meeting details:

https://qiqochat.com/e/PdwoaKmwuCYfslNEqjqrPOZoJ/ImfzJWzqARescXgqSUNAlVkZb



Also note there is a Housing + Affordability public survey open until Dec 14, 2020

https://www.a2elnel.com/post/city-s-housing-affordability-survey-open-until-dec-14th


Direct link to the survey:

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5805923/Housing-Affordability-Community-Survey-Fall-2020


I posted previously about the City's Housing + Affordability open houses hosted in late 2019 and early 2020:

https://www.a2elnel.com/post/housing-affordability-public-discussions-dec-5th-9th

https://www.a2elnel.com/post/housing-affordability-open-house-feb-25th



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