Ann Arbor Area Community News
At the September 11 City Council working session, the Community Services and Public Safety Task Force submitted a document recommending that the “City should develop a long-term plan to house City Hall, Police, Courts, parking, and an exterior public amenity on the Library Lot.” The document was summarized in an article in the Ann Arbor News on September 12.
This comes a year after the contentious resolution to build a new building on the current City Hall site. After that plan was scuttled due to strong negative reaction, Council created the Community Services and Public Safety Task Force to look into the issue more extensively.
Judy McGovern’s column from yesterday touched on some of the many issues involved, but surprisingly, this latest chapter has yet to generate much conversation around town.
Thanks to David Cahill for sending us the Task Force document.
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