Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for the Meeting of September 18, 2023

Here’s the agenda.

The evening kicks off with an 11-item consent agenda. CA-1 is street closures for the Ann Arbor Marathon. CA-4 and CA-5 are for traffic calming on Baldwin and Manchester, respectively. 

There are two public hearings on the docket tonight. PH-1/B-1 is the second reading of an ordinance rezoning two houses at 2670 & 2690 Ann Arbor-Saline Road from R1C (single family zoning) to O (office). PH-2/B-2 is the second reading of an ordinance to make changes to the Transportation Commission ordinance to eliminate the requirement that one member be an owner or operator of a transportation-related business. 

Moving down the agenda, we get to the resolutions. DC-1 is a resolution to approve revised bylaws for the Transportation Commission. DC-2 is a resolution to revise the remainder of the 2023 Council Calendar. DC-3 is a resolution to amend the sale of the the Y Lot, 350 S. Fifth.

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)
B-1 - Motion to Adopt on Second Reading by Disch

An Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Map, Being a Part of Section 5.10.2 of Chapter 55 of Title V of The Code of The City of Ann Arbor, (2670 & 2690 Ann Arbor-Saline Road - Rezoning from R1C Single-Family Dwelling District to O Office District) (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 8 Yeas and 0 Nays) (ORD-23-27)

B-2 - Motion to Adopt on Second Reading by Cornell

An Ordinance to Amend Section 1:207 (Transportation Commission) of Chapter 8 of City Code (ORD-23-23)


Resolution to Approve Revised Bylaws of the Transportation Commission


Resolution to Revise 2023 Council Calendar


Resolution to Amend Resolution R-23-306 to Sell 350 S. Fifth to the Ann Arbor Housing Development Corporation ($6,200,000.00) (8 Votes Required)

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