Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor's city council votes 10 to 1 to delay proposed

charter amendment covering city-owned parkland.

Ann Arbor's city council names John Seto as the city's

new police chief.

The Ann Arbor District Library Board has decided to

place a bond issue on the November ballot to build a

brand new library.

Ann Arbor officials celebrated the grand opening of a

new underground parking structure with music, cake,

classic cars, and more.

Sally Hart Peterson hoping to unseat incumbent

Anthony Derezinski in August primary.

Sumi  Kailasapathy and Eric Sturgis are campaining

to replace Sandi Smith on Ann Arbor's city council.

Perhaps their "Top Of The Park" show for the Ann Arbor Summer Festival on July 4th helped propel them to the number one spot in WEMU's "Sweet Sixteen", but they likely would have achieved the spot without the show. We at WEMU love highlighting local artists, and this ensemble of musicians from Ann Arbor, Brighton and Detroit is simply one of the best. Every member is a leader in his own right. We are especially proud of their conga player, Dr. Alberto Nacif, former host of "Cuban Fantasy" until Marc Taras took over for him.

Ann Arbor's Downtown Development Authority will

host party at new underground structure.

Two city council members want to amend city charter

to require voter approval of any parkland sale.

AATA hopes to get planning commission approval

later this month.

Officials work to control storm water runoff

from city streets.

Council approves 16 goals to be worked into the

city's master plan.

Ann Arbor DDA renews contract with Republic Parking

to manage the city's parking system.

Ann Arbor district library board considers major

changes to downtown library.

Former Fox Tent property redevelopment plan

approved by Ann Arbor's city council.

When bassist, composer, vocalist and musical visionary Esperanza Spalding's CD, "Radio Music Society" first came out it was an immediate favorite of WEMU listeners and hosts.  With her appearance at The Power Center on Thursday, June 21st for the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, the disc once again rose to the top. 

WEMU “SWEET SIXTEEN” AIRPLAY June 11 to June 17, 2012: 


A2 School Board Approves New Budget

Jun 14, 2012

2012-2013 spending plan restores counseling and

achievement programs.

Local officials working to find housing


New underground structure may ease crowding

in other parking structures.

Group hopes land above underground parking

lot will become an Ann Arbor city park.

Mayor's office hosting 12th annual Green Fair.

Grant approved for new Main street project.

Ann Arbor city council approves four-party

agreement after rejecting an amendment

added previously by Ypsilanti officials.

$2.8 million grant to help build new station or

upgrade current facility.

School board sets up work group to review district's

spending on transportation.   Future cuts possible.