Ann Arbor City Planning Commission: December 5, 2023

Dec 5, 2023 | Planning

This meeting was held in person at City Hall.

Commissioner Sauve submitted a resignation notice effective end of 2023 (link)

APPROVED: Street vacation on Cornwell Place. This was requested by the University of Michigan, which owns all adjacent properties on this street. (Legistar)

  • This will go to City Council for final approval.
  • According to a staff memo (link) “If the City vacates the street, the land area of the street will be divided and added equitably to the parcels with frontage on either side of the alley – in this case, the University of Michigan.”
  • After final approval, public utilities under the street (sanitary, water, storm mains) will also be transferred to the University of Michigan.

POSTPONED: Staff recommendations for amendments to chapter 55 of the Unified Development Code (UDC) to emphasize multimodal transit. Changes are proposed for “Transportation Impact Analyses Requirements and Review Criteria” (Sections 5.29.8 and 5.29.6), “Required Plan Information” (Section 5.29.8), and “Criteria for Review of a Traffic Impact Analysis” (Section 5.29.6.E). This item was postponed to the December 19, 2023 meeting. (Legistar)

  • Changes include updating references to the “2010 Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Transportation Impact Analyses for Site Development” to the “2023 Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Multimodal Transportation Impact Analyses for Site Development, or the latest revision thereof.”

APPROVED: Updated FY2024-2029 Capital Improvements Plan (CIP), which will be used as a supporting document for the City’s Comprehensive Plan, and to support the FY2025 budget process. (Legistar)

  • According to the staff report (link), the updated CIP “includes 473 total projects, and $1,178,343,000 worth of capital infrastructure investments over the 6-year planning period (FY24-29)”

APPROVED: Meeting schedule for 2024 (Legistar)

Legistar and Video Links



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Meeting Length: 1h 11m

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