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City Administrator

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 3rd floor [map]
(734) 794-6110

City Administrator Howard Lazarus is responsible for the executive management of the city's diverse operations. The city administrator provides leadership, vision, and direction for city services, implements city council policy, and works with council and administrative staff to craft strategic and financial planning objectives. a2gov.org/departments


Clerk

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 2nd floor [map]
(734) 794-6140

City clerk Jacqueline Beaudry and her staff provide services to the public and city council and maintain records of city council acts, which can be reviewed in person at City Hall and photocopied (5¢/page). The city's code and charter also are available for inspection and copying. Copies of the charter cost $7. Many of the city clerk's documents and records are available online: a2gov.org/clerk

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Communications Office

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 3rd floor [map]
(734) 794-6152

Communications Director Lisa Wondrash oversees all aspects of the city's communication activities, including media relations, employee communications, social media, website content, film activities in the city limits, and the Community Television Network (794-6150; 2805 S. Industrial, #200). Supported by cable franchise fees, CTN produces local programming and offers Ann Arbor residents and nonprofit organizations free media production training. ctn@a2gov.org, a2gov.org/ctn

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Human Resources Services

301 E. Huron, Larcom City Hall, 6th floor [map]
(734) 794-6120

Human Resources director Robyn Wilkerson and her staff are responsible for recruitment and hiring, employee/labor relations, employee benefits, compensation, and worker's compensation. Open positions are posted online at a2gov.org.




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