Ypsilanti – WEMU will carry the Michigan Public Radio Network's special call-in program with Governor Jennifer Granholm Monday, November 10, from noon to 1:00 p.m. The program will pre-empt NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross that normally airs at that time.
MPRN reporter, Matt Ferguson, will host the program that encourages listeners to call with questions concerning Michigan's $900 million budget deficit. The call-in is part of Governor Granholm's statewide tour to listen to citizens' concerns about the deficit and the impact of potential cuts.
Undated – Click on WEMU Local to hear reports on yesterday's open space proposal results in Ann Arbor and Ann Arbor Township.
In other election news...
In Ann Arbor, voters rejected proposal "A", which would have changed residency requirements for city council candidates. In Ann Arbor's city council races, incumbents Bob Johnson, Mike Reid, Marcia Higgins, and Wendy Woods won re-election. Democrat Leigh Greden won in ward three. He'll replace Heidi Cowing-Herrel who chose not to seek re-election.
Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear part three of WEMU's series examining the Greenbelt proposal on next week's Ann Arbor ballot. Today, Andrew Cluley examines how similar measure have fared in other cities around the country.
Ann Arbor, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear part two of WEMU's series on Ann Arbor's greenbelt proposal going before voters next week, and some of the development issues elsewhere in Washtenaw County.
Ann Arbor, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear part one of WEMU's series on Ann Arbor's greenbelt proposal going before city voters next week. Part one examines the issues surrounding the proposal in the opinions of those who both support and oppose the measure.