Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for the Meeting of December 19, 2022

Today’s agenda is short. Council members Disch, Song, Akmon, and Cornell were absent. Since there weren’t sufficient votes remaining for items that require 8 votes, those items were moved to the first meeting in January. A few items of note:

  • The legislative policy document, which is City Council’s request for action in Lansing, has been updated. Items in here have a much better chance of becoming law after January, when the Democrats have a trifecta in Lansing for the first time in 40 years.
  • The police contract contains incremental improvements for oversight, as requested by the Independent Community Police Oversight Commission. The chair of the commission spoke at public comment, and CM Harrison spoke at the Council table on this item.
  • The East Medical Center bridge project has a new memo which was not voted on, but was the topic of choice of three public commenters. The expansion plans for the bridge don’t allow for additional width dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists, and this memo indicates there may be issues with the pedestrian underpass that was seen as a compromise. The actual construction contract is to be voted on at the first meeting in January.
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)

Appointments - Confirmations

C-1 - Motion to Approve on First Reading by Eyer

An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 14 (Purchasing, Selling and Contracting Procedure) of Title I of the Code of the City of Ann Arbor related to the Best Value Procurement Program


Resolution to Appoint Julie Lynch to the Employees Retirement System Board of Trustees (7 Votes Required)


Resolution the Remove Kristen Cato from the Renters Commission and Appoint Jaymie Tibbits


Resolution to Appoint Anya Dale and Maisie Weyhing to the Environmental Commission (7 Votes Required)


Resolution to Adopt the Revised FY2023 City Council Legislative Policy Agenda


Resolution to Approve Contract Amendment Number 9 to the Service Contract with Recycle Ann Arbor for Municipal Resource Recovery Services for an Extension of One 2-month Period, (estimated $207,773.00 for 2 Months of the Contract)

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