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File #: 07-0379    Version: 1 Name: 2005-08-01 City Council Minutes
Type: Minutes Status: Filed
File created: 8/1/2005 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/1/2005 Final action: 8/1/2005
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Ann Arbor City Council Minutes Regular Session - August 1, 2005
Title
Ann Arbor City Council Minutes Regular Session - August 1, 2005
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Mayor John Hieftje called the regular session of the Ann Arbor City Council to order at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chamber.

Council stood for a moment of silence.

Mayor Hieftje led Council in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.


ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL

PRESENT : Councilmembers Kim Groome, Robert M. Johnson, Joan Lowenstein, Michael R. Reid, Jean Carlberg, Leigh Greden, Margie Teall,
Marcia Higgins, Christopher Easthope, Wendy A. Woods, Mayor
John Hieftje, 11.

ABSENT : 0.


INTRODUCTIONS

None.


PUBLIC COMMENTARY - RESERVED TIME

MARGARET WONG - Redevelopment of City-Owned Properties

Margaret Wong, 418 S. First, spoke in favor of an Ann Arbor greenway.


Amend Criteria for Residential Parking RESOLUTION

The following people addressed Council regarding the criteria for residential parking:

Andrew Yahkind, 801 E. Ann, expressed concern with the timing of the resolution to amend the criteria for residential parking. Yahkind stated he supports the amended resolution to include out-of-town students.
Melton Lee, 4830 Washtenaw, expressed concern with the timing of the resolution to amend the criteria for residential parking. He asked that Council work more closely with students. Lee stated he supports the amended resolution for out-of-town students.
Stuart Wagner, 732 S. Forest, apologized for his comments made at the July 18, 2005 meeting. He asked that Council amend the resolution to allow parking criteria that protects students.

Henry Herskovitz - Israel/Palestine

Henry Herskovitz, 404 Mark Hannah, addressed Council regarding discrimination in Israel/Palestine.

Laurel Federbush - Israel Occupation

Laurel Federbush, 2000 Anderson Court, urged Council to pass the Human Rights Commission’s resolution to end the occupation of Palestine.

Lou Glorie - Redevelopment of City-Owned Properties

Lou Glorie, 827 Brook Street, urged Council to approve the two-site resoluti...

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