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Links: School Board Election & Bond Issue, 2004

10. June 2004

UPDATE: Updated this site on 6-11-04 with links from the Saturday Ann Arbor News. Note the articles on the library board which I didn’t mention in the blog posting. Tomorrow expect me to post links to Sunday’s coverage, mention the library board election on the front page, and possibly more.—Scott

UPDATE 2: Updated with links from Sunday the 13th.

Ann Arbor Public Schools 2004 Bond Website

Ann Arbor News coverage

5-28-04 Letter: Ann Arbor schools ready for a new day

5-30-04 Opinion: Excellent schools possible

5-31-04 Letter: School bond represents reckless fiscal behavior

6-1-04 Lines are drawn on school vote

6-2-04 New high school won’t mean smaller classes

6-2-04 Opinion: Student achievement is most important factor in school election

6-4-04 Ann Arbor school board candidates

6-4-04 2 incumbents vie for 1 seat

6-6-04 Editorial: School ballot proposals deserve voter support

6-6-04 Opinion: Vote no on school bond

6-6-04 Letters: Ann Arbor voters should support school proposals, Students will benefit if voters pass bond issue

6-7-04 The ballot issues

6-7-04 School levy proposals: their cost, tax impact

6-7-04 A new school – at what cost?

6-9-04 School tax plan draws support

6-10-04 Editorial: Han-Markey deserves another term on board

6-10-04 Opinion: If new school is approved, will the systemic problems remain?

6-10-04 Letters: New school will expand learning opportunities, Use your vote to stop unneeded high school, City’s tax plan could sink schools’ building plan, Ann Arbor will still need third high school in 2010

6-11-04 Would new school dilute music programs?

6-11-04 6 vie for 4 library board seats

6-11-04 About the Ann Arbor District library board candidates

6-11-04 Opinion: Everybody wins by voting yes on sinking fund, high school proposals

6-11-04 School boards must plan for election consolidation

6-13-04 School elections may draw a high turnout

6-13-04 School elections take place on Monday

6-13-04 Monday’s Ann Arbor school district election

6-13-04 Editorial: News’ endorsements for the schools

  1. Thanks for putting together the comprehensive AAN guide to the election, as they were too lazy to do it. Since I found your site, I know who to vote for and won’t turn in a blank ballot tomorrow!

    Dan
       —Dan    Jun. 13 '04 - 01:47PM    #
  2. just an update because I didn’t know where to put it elsewhere –
    http://www.aadl.org/aboutus/board

    2006 Election Information:

    Nominating petitions are now available for individuals who are interested in filing for the May 2, 2006 election for Ann Arbor District Library Board of Trustees. Three candidates will be elected to each serve a four-year term.

    Petitions and election information are available at the County Clerk’s Office in the Washtenaw County Building at 200 North Main Street in Ann Arbor. Potential Board candidates must return completed petitions to the Clerk’s Office by 4:00 pm, February 7, 2006.

    The election will take place on May 2, 2006, and elected candidates will begin their terms on July 1, 2006. These are four-year terms, ending on June 30, 2010.

    For more information, contact the County Clerk’s office at 222-6730.
       —Edward Vielmetti    Jan. 3 '06 - 04:39PM    #