The future of a controversial high-rise plan on a contested piece of land in Ann Arbor is coming to an apex as the City Council has announced a special work session on March 16 to discuss the issue in more detail.
City Council unanimously passed a resolution to enthusiastic applause Tuesday night approving funding for improvements to the pedestrian crossing on Fuller Road outside Huron High School, where a high-school student was hit by a car and
City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to postpone an initial vote on an ordinance intended to protect Ann Arbor's undocumented residents, citing a need to tighten exceptions originally provided in the ordinance.
City Administrator Howard Lazarus requested an internal investigation into potential conflicts of interest in the awarding of city contracts, according to emails obtained by the Daily and verified by Lazarus and members of City Council.
Several members of the citizen group A2 Safe Transport attended the City Council meeting Monday evening, using the public comments portion of the meeting to urge council members to take more action on pedestrian safety and express their displeasure with a school safety report
A group of about 50 people demonstrated outside the City Council chambers before the meeting Tuesday, in the hopes of convincing the council to adopt a resolution declaring Ann Arbor a sanctuary city with chants of “No ICE! No raids! Immigrants are here to stay!”