How they voted: The Ann Arbor City Council's vote breakdown will be announced in May 2021
ANN ARBOR, MI In May, the City Council was divided 7-4 along factional lines on several issues, including the Healthy Streets program in 2021, short-term rental regulations, a new council rule on unbecoming conduct.
On other issues, including city budget modifications, the votes ruffled different parts.
Jeff Hayner, the D-1st Ward, was the only dissenter on several occasions.
Heres a look at how Mayor Christopher Taylor and council voted on various topics, with links to news stories and council resolutions for further information.
The Council had unanimously agreed to include:
To see the votes on other things, visit Nelson's website.
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