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File #: 19-0148    Version: 1 Name: Resolution to Direct the City Attorney to Stipulate to an Injunction in the Councilmember Lawsuit Concerning the CORE Spaces Contract
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/22/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/22/2019 Final action: 1/22/2019
Enactment date: 1/22/2019 Enactment #: R-19-036
Title: Resolution to Direct the City Attorney to Settle Kailasapathy v City of Ann Arbor, et al., Case No. 18-682-CZ by Stipulating to an Injunction
Sponsors: Jane Lumm
Attachments: 1. Final Stipulation in CM Case
Title
Resolution to Direct the City Attorney to Settle Kailasapathy v City of Ann Arbor, et al., Case No. 18-682-CZ by Stipulating to an Injunction
Memorandum
In recognition of the recent passage of Proposal A (and the pending litigation concerning the "Library Lot"), on December 31, 2018, City Administrator Lazarus exercised the City's right to terminate its agreement with CORE Spaces for the sale of the development rights to the Library Lot, and notified CORE Spaces of that step.

In the above-referenced lawsuit, Plaintiffs seek to, among other things, enjoin the City from proceeding with said sale. Plaintiffs have now offered to settle that case with the filing of the attached stipulation, and the attached injunction to which it stipulates. The City has already stipulated to similar relief, based on a similar claim, by the ballot committee that organized for and supported Proposal A.

This resolution directs the City Attorney to execute the attached stipulation, which stipulates to entry of the attached injunction, which will end that lawsuit.
Staff
Prepared by: Matthew R. Rechtien, Senior Assistant City Attorney
Approved by: Howard S. Lazarus, City Administrator
Body
Whereas, Plaintiffs Kailasapathy and Bannister ("Plaintiffs") filed a lawsuit against the City, Kailasapathy v City of Ann Arbor, et al., Case No. 18-682-CZ, seeking to bar the City from selling the development rights to property commonly known as the "Library Lot";

Whereas, On November 8, 2018, City voters voted in favor of Proposal A, which amends the City Charter to, among other things, require the City to retain ownership of the "Library Lot";

Whereas, In recognition of the passage of Proposal A (and pending litigation concerning the "Library Lot"), on December 31, 2018, City Administrator Lazarus exercised the City's right to terminate its agreement with CORE Spaces for the sale of the development rights to the "Library Lot" and notified CORE Spaces of that step;

Whereas, The Cit...

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