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Public Input Welcomed During March 16 Planning Commission Meeting for Proposed ADU Ordinance Amendments

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Archived News Release: March 11, 2021 - ​The City of Ann Arbor Planning Commission will continue to gather community input on proposed amendments to the existing Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance at its meeting Tuesday, March 16, 7 p.m. The commission is soliciting feedback on how ADUs may be realized in the community. This public hearing, continued from the Tuesday, March 2, meeting, provides additional opportunity for input on the proposed changes. A summary of the changes, plus additional information, can be found online.   

To participate in the *public hearing, join by phone: 877.853.5247, and enter Meeting ID 990 9896 8122. 

You may also provide feedback or questions in advance of the meeting to [email protected].

*This meeting will be available via Zoom in accordance with current local and state government guidelines. Audience members are invited to address the planning commission at this and other meetings for up to three minutes. Input may be submitted in advance to City of Ann Arbor Planning Services by emailing to [email protected].

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Contact Information

Brett Lenart
Planning Manager
734.794.6000 ext.42606
[email protected]

Chris Cheng
City Planner
734.794.6000 ext. 42616
[email protected]


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