Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for the Meeting of September 6, 2022

Today’s agenda has several items of interest. There are two nominations, thirteen items on the Consent Agenda, one ordinance at its first reading for long-awaited right to renew, no public hearings for ordinances at their second reading, and a feasibility study for a traditional municipal electric utility and different structure called a Sustainable Energy Utility.

Of particular interest:

  • CA-7 authorizes the city to apply for USDOT Safe Streets grants.
  • C-1 is the Right to Renew ordinance, which would allow tenants to renew their leases unless a landlord has just cause not to offer them a renewal.
  • DC-1 is a resolution to ask the State to pass SB58 and HB4314, holding polluters (more) accountable for polluting our drinking water.
  • DS-1 is the agreement funding a feasibility study for municipal power and the Sustainable Energy Utility.
Agenda ItemMayor TaylorDisch (Ward 1)Hayner (Ward 1)Song (Ward 2)Griswold (Ward 2)Radina (Ward 3)Grand (Ward 3)Eyer (Ward 4)Nelson (Ward 4)Briggs (Ward 5)Ramlawi (Ward 5)

Nominations and Appointments for September 6, 2022


Resolution to Appoint Claire McKenna to the Energy Commission (7 Votes Required)

C-1 - Motion to Postpone at First Reading by Nelson

An Ordinance to Add Section 8:531 to Chapter 105 (Housing Code) of Title VIII of the Ann Arbor City Code - (Right to Renew and Relocation Assistance)


Resolution Expressing Support for Michigan Senate Bill 58 and House Bill 4314 - Holding Polluters Accountable


Resolution to Approve a Professional Services Agreement with 5 Lakes Energy, LLC to Complete a Feasibility Study Regarding Creation of a Traditional Municipal Electric Utility and an Evaluation of Other Energy Pathways to Achieve the City’s Clean Energy Goals, Along with Initiation of Next Steps to Advance a Local Municipal Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU) ($458,797) (8 Votes Required)

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