Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for the Meeting of November 21, 2022

Today’s agenda is short. It’s also the first meeting with incoming CMs Harrison, Watson, Ghazi Edwin, Akmon, and Cornell.

  • CA-1, a resolution to close streets for Kindlefest was pulled due to Kindlefest not needing street closures.
  • A resolution to elect CM Radina Mayor Pro Tem.
  • There is a public hearing for a minor text change to update dates on the sidewalk maintenance ordinance.
  • There is a public hearing on a resolution to allow commercial access to the city’s dark fiber network.
Agenda ItemMayor TaylorDisch (Ward 1)Harrison (Ward 1)Song (Ward 2)Watson (Ward 2)Radina (Ward 3)Ghazi Edwin (Ward 3)Eyer (Ward 4)Akmon (Ward 4)Briggs (Ward 5)Cornell (Ward 5)

Resolution Electing 2022-2024 Mayor Pro Tem and Establishing Order of Succession for Acting Mayor


Appointments - Confirmations

B-1 - Motion to Adopt on Second Reading by Briggs

An Ordinance to Amend Sections 4:58 and 4:59 of Chapter 49 (Sidewalks) of Title IV (Streets and Sidewalks) of the Code of the City Relative to Responsibility to Repair of Adjacent Sidewalks


Resolution to Direct the Exploration of Alternative Uses for GSA Site (200 E. Liberty Street)


Resolution to Approve a Lease Agreement between the City and Great Lakes Air Repair d/b/a Beacon Aviation for a Corporate Hangar Located at the Ann Arbor Municipal Airport


Resolution to Authorize a Grant Application to the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy High Water Infrastructure Grant Program for the City of Ann Arbor Comprehensive Stormwater Plan. (Total Project Cost $500,000; Grant amount $400,000)


Resolution to Approve Agreement between the City of Ann Arbor and the Downtown Development Authority for Sidewalk Repairs within the Downtown Development District during FY 2023 through FY 2026

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