Ann Arbor city hall extends building closure through February
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Larcom City Hall will remain closed through February, according to an updated notice from the City of Ann Arbor. The building, which houses various city offices, will stay closed until February 21 per an extended state order by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Larcom City Hall has been closed since Nov. 18, 2020, and non-essential operations have been moved online due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Schedule a city building, trade and rental inspection by calling 734-794-6263 or sending an email to email@example.com. Some services, including safety and emergency operations, waste and recycling pickup schedules, as well as drinking and wastewater, have not been impacted by the closure.
Larcom City Hall in Ann Arbor extends closure through Dec. 20
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Larcom City Hall will remain closed through Dec 20, according to a new announcement from the city of Ann Arbor. Read: Michigan COVID restrictions extended through Dec. 20: What to knowThe city hall building closed for non-essential services on Nov. 18. City services including safety and emergency operations, waste and recycling pickup schedules, as well as drinking and wastewater, have not been impacted by the closure. Residents can pay parking tickets, water bills and property taxes, and apply for permits online as non-essential city services are being conducted remotely. Winter property taxes, due in December, can be paid online, by mail, at several Ann Arbor area banks or at the Ann Street dropbox.
Michigan county, state, federal leaders discuss COVID-19 response
Wayne County Commissioner Sam Baydoun hosted a COVID-19 town hall bringing leaders at the county, state and federal levels to talk about the latest developments. Prepping for a vaccine rollout is being done at the county and state level. Wayne County Executive Warren Evans said they are in position to accommodate Pfizer vaccine, which requires special freezers. State and local governments are also desperate for aid.”Watch the full report in the video posted above. A day ahead of Michigan lawmakers returning to work in Lansing, mayors and business leaders on Monday called on the federal and state governments for coronavirus pandemic relief as Gov.
City of Ann Arbor selects four candidates for city administrator interviews
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Four candidates have been selected by Ann Arbor City Council to be interviewed for the position of City Administrator. Candidates will be interviewed by a panel of Ann Arbor City Council members, community members and city staff. On Aug. 24, a special city council session will be held to discuss finalists and the next steps towards hiring a city administrator. In June, Ann Arbor City Council began searching for a replacement for former city administrator Howard Lazarus, who was fired in February without cause through a vote of 7-4. The following information about the four candidates comes from the City of Ann Arbor:Tom Crawford is currently the Chief Financial Officer for the City of Ann Arbor, since 2004.