Two residential properties in Ann Arbor Township – at 3100 and 3355 Geddes Road – were recommended for annexation into the city of Ann Arbor, in separate actions taken by the Ann Arbor planning commission on Dec. 4, 2012. Both sites were also recommended to be zoned R1A (single-family residential). These recommendation will be forwarded to the city council for consideration.
The 3100 Geddes Road site, owned by Mike and Deb McMullen, is a 0.46-acre parcel located south of Geddes and north of Devonshire, between Heatherway Street and Hickory Lane. It was part of a larger lot that had been divided into four parcels earlier this year by Ann Arbor Township. This particular parcel, with an existing home, does not have frontage onto either Geddes or Devonshire, but does have a drive onto Geddes and has easements for access onto both roads. [.pdf of aerial view showing 3100 Geddes]
The 1.03-acre parcel at 3355 Geddes is located on the north side of Geddes, east of Windycrest Drive. The owner/petitioner is listed as Bashar Abdulsattar. There is a single-family home on the property. [.pdf of aerial view showing 3355 Geddes]
Both sites will be connected to the city’s public water and sanitary sewer service.
This report was filed from the second-floor council chambers at city hall, 301 E. Huron, where the commission meets. A more detailed report will follow.