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Type: Planning Commission
Meeting location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers

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Dec, 2018

Planning Commission, City 7:00 PM     Export to iCalendar
Special Meeting of the Ordinance Revisions Committee
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City Planning Commission
Established by Section 1:175-185, Chapter 8, Title I of the Ann Arbor City Code.
Bylaws approved March 17, 2014 by R-14-099
Bylaws amended October 20, 2014 by R-14-346

The Commission is responsible for adopting and maintaining the City Master Plan, and advising the City Council on matters relating to the future public and private development of the City. The Commission and Department must annually prepare a Capital Improvements Plan and submit it to City Council for consideration. Council may not amend zoning regulations until it has received a report and recommendation from the Planning Commission.

The Commission shall advise City Council on matters relating to the physical and environmental development of the City. Its recommendations shall consider the impact which such development shall have on the physical, social, economic and environmental condition of the City.

The Commission shall furnish City Council reports and recommendations on ordinances, ordinance amendments, annexations, zonings, resolutions or any other matters requested by City Council or which are deemed important by the Commission for the orderly development of the City.

The Commission shall make an annual written report to City Council concerning the Commission's operations and the status of planning activities, including recommendations regarding actions by City Council related to planning and development.

Special Qualifications for Appointment
Members should represent different professions and occupations having an interest in the growth and development of the City.
Additionally, 1 must be a Councilmember (1 year term)

Length of Terms
8 members for 3 years with terms begin on July 1st nearest day of appointment.
1 Councilmember for 1 year as an ex officio member

Meeting Times and Frequency
This is a permanent Commission.
Regular meetings are the first and third Tuesdays of every month
Working meetings are the second Tuesday of every month.
All meetings begin at 7 p.m. in the Guy C. Larcom Jr. Municipal Bldg., 301 E. Huron St.,2nd Floor Council Chamber.

Membership / Committee Composition
Members are Nominated by the Mayor and approved by City Council.
9 members

Mia Gale, Administrative Assistant
Planning and Development Services Unit