Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for the Meeting of October 16, 2023

Here’s the agenda

The evening kicks off with a 13-item consent agenda. There’s just one road closure, CA-1, for the Turkey Trot. CA-7 is traffic calming for Grandview from Jackson to Dexter.

There are two public hearings on the agenda tonight. PH-1/DB-1 is for a township island annexation at  3701 - 3713 Riverside Drive. PH-2/DS-1 is accepting a grant to help with opioid harm reduction. 

There is one ordinance first reading tonight. C-1 is for a township island annexation for 2282 and 2290 Traver Rd. The city is getting 5.23 acres of vacant public land. 

On to the resolutions. DB-2 is a resolution to approve early voting sites for 2024. DB-3 is a resolution to permanently relocate several election precincts: Precinct 4-32 from the Mary Street Polling Place to the University of Michigan Coliseum, Precincts 4-33 and 3-24 from the U-M Coliseum and Tappan Middle School to the Ann Arbor Senior Center beginning with the 2024 Presidential Primary Election. DC-1 and DC-2 are commission appointments. 

DC-3 is a resolution to measure the impact of the recently adopted home energy rating disclosure. DC-4 is a resolution to encourage connections across US 23 and to make sure there are comfortable walking and biking facilities. DC-5 is a resolution to appoint Patrick Maguire interim Police Chief. DC-6 is a resolution for he evaluation of the integration of Home Energy Score assessments in residential inspection processes. 

DC-7 is a resolution to ask MDOT not to block off access to the western portion of Barton Nature Area with a fence. And finally DC-8 is a resolution to have the City Administrator inform next steps for selling the Kline Lot, the parking lot on Ashley and William. 

What items are you most looking forward to seeing? Hopefully we will see you there. The CTN stream starts at 7 pm. Make sure you follow the action on the #a2Council hashtag or on

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 Disch

An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 55 (Unified Development Code), Zoning of 5.23 Acres from TWP (Township) to PL (Public Land District), Vacant Traver Road (ORD-23-29)


Resolution to Approve Annexation of 3701 - 3713 Riverside Drive (0.74 acres) (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 9 Yeas and 0 Nays)


Resolution to Approve the Locations for Early Voting Centers for the 2024 Election Cycle


Resolution to Permanently Relocate Precinct 4-32 from the Mary Street Polling Place to the University of Michigan Coliseum and Precincts 4-33 and 3-24 from the U-M Coliseum and Tappan Middle School to the Ann Arbor Senior Center Beginning with the 2024 Presidential Primary Election


Resolution to Accept and Appropriate Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Award of $25,086 for Opioid Harm Reduction Efforts and Sharps Disposal (8 Votes Required)


Resolution to Appoint Non-resident Electors to Council on Disability Issues and Airport Advisory Committee (7 Votes Required)


Resolution to Appoint Jess Francis to the Independent Community Police Oversight Commission


Resolution to Measure the Impact of the Home Energy Rating Disclosure and Annually Report on Results to City Council


Resolution to Restore Community Connections with Continuous, Comfortable Walking and Biking Facilities Across US-23


Resolution to Appoint Patrick Maguire as the City of Ann Arbor Interim Police Chief


Resolution for Evaluation of Integration of Home Energy Score (HES) Assessments in Residential Inspection Process


Resolution Against MDOT’s Proposal to Build a Wall through Ann Arbor


Resolution to Inform Next Steps Regarding the City Property Located at Ashley and William


Resolution to Finalize Evaluation Report and Amend the Employment Agreement for City Attorney Atleen Kaur


Resolution to Finalize Evaluation Report for City Administrator Milton Dohoney Jr.

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