How they voted: The vote schedule for Ann Arbor City Council is broken down for August 2021
ANN ARBOR, MI The Ann Arbor City Council was scinded this month on issues ranging from new ballot proposals to City Administrator Tom Crawford's, and reprimanding a colleague for using the n-word.
On many other issues, the council was unanimous, including ordinances prohibiting new fur products sales and prohibiting gay conversion therapy for minors, as well as a renter rights act and reconcognizing the law.
Here's a look at how Mayor Christopher Taylor and the council voted on various issues, with links to news stories and council resolutions for more background.
The Council approved unanimously the following:
With Briggs absent, the Council voted 10-0 to accept the following.
To get the votes on other notable items, visit Nelson's website.
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