This summer, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market is celebrating its 100th birthday. Over the past century, the farmers market has become an Ann Arbor staple with 124 stalls open on Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the summer.
For the past three weeks, Ann Arbor has been using a more unorthodox landscaping method: goatscaping. Ten goats placed on two of Gallup Park's islands have been conducting brush management to prevent invasive species from entering the area.
On Tuesday morning, Margo Schlanger, University of Michigan law professor, gave a lecture on border enforcement, immigration and the Constitution at Washtenaw Community College to a group of approximately 300 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members.
On Monday evening, the Ann Arbor City Council discussed several rezoning requests, voting to deny rezoning for the Brightdawn Village development and to approve rezoning for the Broadway Park development.
Following the resignation of Ann Arbor’s Human Resource Director Robyn Wilkerson, Ann Arbor City Hall has launched an independent probe to investigate City Hall’s overall work environment and its effect upon each department.