Ann Arbor City Council: January 6, 2020

Jan 7, 2020 | City Council

This Ann Arbor City Council meeting was held in person at City Hall.

Ann Arbor City Council Meeting Summary

APPROVED: City Administrator will develop Ordinance Amendments to regulate short-term rentals (Legistar)

APPROVED: $31,700 support for the Ann Arbor Housing Commission. One FTE (five months) for administration of additional housing vouchers (Legistar)

APPROVED: $75,000 for one FTE (partial year) -Lieutenant for Audit & Review, supporting Independent Community Police Oversight Commission (Legistar)

APPROVED: $117,465 agreement with Dawn Farms to provide drug abuse counselling and rehab services through the Fifteenth Judicial Court District (Legistar)

APPROVED: $102,538 through Washtenaw Community Mental Health for mental health services through the Fifteenth Judicial Court District (Legistar)

APPROVED: $29,322.59 additional funds for Confidential Victim Support Services through the Fifteenth Judicial Court District (Legistar)

APPROVED: $38,431 for drug abuse screening program by the Sheriff’s office, through the Fifteenth Judicial Court District (Legistar)

APPROVED: $39,772 Purchase of a Vehicle from LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge (Legistar)

  • $21,006 from the Sustainability & Innovations County Mental Health Millage Fund to subsidize the purchase of a plug-in hybrid electric minivan for use by City Administration Services and System Planning

APPROVED:  $114,492 Purchase of Vehicles from Berger Chevrolet (Legistar)

  • $28,026 from the Sustainability & Innovations County Mental Health Millage Fund to subsidize the purchase of two electric vehicles for use by Police Community Standards Unit

A2ELNEL Voting Chart

Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for January 6, 2020 Part 1
Ann Arbor City Council Voting Chart for January 6, 2020 Part 2

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