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File #: 07-0853    Version: 1 Name: City Council Minutes - 9/4/07
Type: Minutes Status: Filed
File created: 9/4/2007 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/4/2007 Final action: 9/4/2007
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Title: Ann Arbor City Council Minutes Regular Session - September 4, 2007
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Ann Arbor City Council Minutes Regular Session - September 4, 2007
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Mayor John Hieftje called the regular session of the Ann Arbor City Council to order at 7:08 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chamber, 100 N. Fifth Ave, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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 Ronald Suarez, Robert M. Johnson, Joan Lowenstein, Stephen Rapundalo, Stephen Kunselman, Leigh Greden, Margie Teall,
Marcia Higgins, Christopher Easthope, Wendy A. Woods (8:00 p.m.), Mayor John Hieftje, 11;

ABSENT : 0.


APPROVAL OF AGENDA

AGENDA APPROVED AS PRESENTED

Councilmember Higgins moved, seconded by Councilmember Rapundalo, that the agenda be approved as presented.

On a voice vote, the Mayor declared the motion carried.

INTRODUCTIONS

None.


PUBLIC COMMENTARY - RESERVED TIME

SCOT GREIG - Necto Providing Save Environment in Response to Article in Ann Arbor News

Scot Greig, 3563 Elizabeth Road, manager of the Necto, expressed concern with a recent article in the Ann Arbor News regarding nightclubs kicking problem patrons out onto the street. Greig said that he works closely with the Ann Arbor Police Department and the State Street Association regarding police issues at the Necto.

KEN STAPLES - APPEAL ON ZONING ISSUE

Ken Staples, 5 Ridgemor Drive, addressed Council regarding a zoning issue on a home on Ridgemor Drive. He said that the home is not detrimental to the neighborhood and asked that the City stop the appeal process against 8 Ridgemor Drive.

THOMAS PARTRIDGE - Stop Playing Football with People’s Lives Enact Progressive City - County Programs for Para-transit Transportation, Affordable Housing, Healthcare and Education

Thomas Partridge, 4220 Eyrie Dr., addressed Council regarding progressive city-county programs for para-transit transportation, affordable housing, health care and education.

MARIANA STAPLES - NEW HO...

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