Seven to Four
A council seat changes hands.
From the September, 2017 issue
"With me on council, there's no more supermajority," Anne Bannister says proudly. "Residents may not have known about me beforehand, but they were sure they didn't want eight people voting unanimously together on development projects."
You might also like:
Pedestrian Protective Posts
They make crosswalks hard to miss.
Tantre at Twenty-Five
Trailblazing farmers grow awareness between the furrows.
Comcast Tries Retail
With a shiny new Xfinity store in Oak Valley
|Community Services - Volunteering|
How two persistant scientists brought the U-M a $65 million payday.
|Body, Mind, & Spirit|
"Andy LaBarre and Jerry Clayton are geniuses!" exclaims Ann Arbor councilmember Chip Smith
|Health Care - Mental Illness|
|Neighborhoods - Southeast|