Ann Arbor City Council: April 18, 2022

Apr 18, 2022 | City Council

This Ann Arbor City Council meeting was held in person at City Hall. Members of the public can participate in public hearings and public comment either in person or via phone.

CM Ramlawi was absent

Ann Arbor City Council Meeting Summary

BUDGET: At the beginning of the meeting, City Administrator Milton Dohoney presented the proposed FY2023 City budget, as well as spending recommendations for $935,336 in marijuana excise tax rebate proceeds.

The budget presentation and excise fund recommendations can be found here:

The whole of the proposed city budget can be viewed on the City’s Financial Reporting page (along with previously adopted annual budgets):

This is a direct link to the proposed FY2023 budget:

In 2021, City Council unanimously approved a resolution which would designate these Marijuana Excise Tax Funds for specific purposes related to restorative and alternative strategies for public safety.

APPROVED: $1,829,900 construction contract to E.T. MacKenzie for work on a water main, road surface work, and sidewalks in the residential neighborhood around Winchell/Brockman/Frieze. (Legistar)

APPROVED: The Main Street Social District is amended in order to permit sidewalk service seven days a week: Sunday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM each day. (Legistar)

APPROVED: The City will issue up to $15,000,000 in Michigan Transportation Fund Bonds, which will be paid back over ten years with revenue from the Michigan Transportation Fund. The bonds will fund road repair and reconstruction projects. (Legistar)

A2ELNEL Voting Chart

Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for April 18, 2022 Part 1
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for April 18, 2022 Part 2
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for April 18, 2022 Part 3

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