Stories indexed with the term ‘nuisance’

Ann Arbor Acts on Deer Problem

The Ann Arbor city council has directed city administrator Steve Powers to partner with other organizations to develop strategies for deer management. Powers is supposed to report back to the city council by July 31, 2014 on the status of the partnership, including budget and timelines. The resolution, put forward by Jane Lumm (Ward 2), states that the desired outcome is a community-endorsed deer management plan.

The Ann Arbor city council took the action at its May 5, 2014 meeting.

Other organizations named in the resolution as potential partners include the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission, the University of Michigan, the Humane Society of Huron Valley, and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division. A recent meeting of the Washtenaw … [Full Story]

Two Hearings Set on Liquor Non-Renewals

At its March 5, 2012 meeting, the Ann Arbor city council passed a resolution with a recommendation that liquor licenses for two businesses – Dream Nite Club and Rush Street – not be renewed this year. The vote was based on the recommendation of the council’s liquor license review committee. For Dream Nite Club, the non-renewal recommendation is based on maintenance of a nuisance and patron conduct. For Rush Street, the issue relates to non-payment of $8,040.42 in taxes.

The council’s resolution and subsequent notification of the two business meets the requirement of Chapter 109, Section 9:79 of the city code – that a business be notified of the council’s intent to object to the renewal of its liquor license by … [Full Story]