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Dharma's Council Newsletter, February 3rd, 2024



City Council meets on Monday, February 5th. Here are some updates before my preview of our agenda.

Coffee Hour

I will be hosting my next monthly Ward 4 constituent coffee hour, Sunday, February 18th from 10-11am at York Food and Drink (1929 Packard). RSVP or just swing by!


Seeking Reviewers for New Washtenaw County Human Services Partnership Grant

Washtenaw County Office of Community and Economic Development (OCED) is recruiting community reviewers to review grant proposals for the 2024 mini grant funding round via the New Human Services Partnership. Your input will help shape the trajectory of how the New Human Service Partnership funds are invested. Previous experience reviewing grant applications, serving on a review panel/board, or participating in a focus group is desired, but not a requirement.   

Apply to be a reviewer at Applications will close Monday, February 12th.

Upcoming Bicentennial Events

I hope you're all keeping in eye on upcoming Ann Arbor Bicentennial Events! Tomorrow, February 4th, from 2 to 3:30pm, the Ann Arbor District Library is hosting a documentary film screening of "There Goes the Neighborhood: The Closing of Jones School." From the description: "In 1965, the Board of Education closed the majority-Black school. Ann Arbor joined a nationwide trend of school desegregation during the Civil Rights Era. But for these young students, the loss of a neighborhood school foreshadowed changes to their close-knit community. Gentrification came to Ann Arbor on the heels of desegregation."


This documentary will be available to watch on demand at the Library's site following this premiere.


City Council Meeting, Monday, February 5th at 7pm

Agenda Highlights

Please reach out if you have questions, concerns, or thoughts on any of the agenda items. Email: | Phone/text: 734-492-5866


You can also communicate your thoughts via:

  • eComment

  • Email City Council:

  • Comment at the meeting (remote or in person): Call the City Clerk's office at 734-794-6140 beginning at 8 a.m. on the day of the meeting to reserve a public speaking time. NOTE: you do not need to reserve time to speak during a "public hearing (PH)" item.

How Council Voted

The Ann Arbor Voting Charts Project is a community-maintained record of voting history for City Council. Check out the January 22nd, 2024 Council Voting chart.


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