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The Ann Arbor City Council's vote breakdown for June 2021

The Ann Arbor City Council's vote breakdown for June 2021

ANN ARBOR, MI Members of Ann Arbor City Council have agreed on more things than they have disagreed this month.

A unanimous vote was held on topics like financing more affordable housing, adopting a new city transportation master plan, and making race-based hairstyle discrimination a violation.

The couple were divided on a major housing development, on removing extra restrictions for accessory dwelling units and calling on a colleague to step down.

Heres a look at how Mayor Christopher Taylor and council voted on different issues, with links to news stories and council resolutions for more information.

The Council agreed to keep the following:

With Griswold absent, the council agreed to score the following 10-0.

Nelson keeps the voting charts for each meeting at the Village of Curingo.

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