At its Oct. 5, 2010 meeting, the Ann Arbor planning commission voted unanimously to reconsider a request for a special exception use that would allow for the expansion of Arbor Dog Daycare, a business located at 2856 S. Main St., near the corner of Eisenhower. The business owners told commissioners that they’d made adjustments since their request was rejected at the Sept. 21 planning commission meeting, due to concerns about noise generated by dogs using the outdoor dog run. After voting to reconsider, commissioners then tabled action until their Oct. 19 meeting.
This brief was filed immediately after the planning commission meeting. A more detailed account of the meeting will follow: [link]