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Tappan Middle School: After conclusion of a public meeting on the study of wet weather flows in the city’s sanitary sewer system, Jack Eaton collects signatures for his petition to become a candidate in the Democratic primary election for Ann Arbor city council in Ward 4. (Marcia Higgins is the incumbent up for election.) Ward 4 representative Margie Teall has an off-year for election; she attended the meeting. Also in attendance: Jane Lumm (Ward 2) and city administrator Steve Powers.

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  1. By Alan Goldsmith
    April 24, 2013 at 6:38 am | permalink

    Margie Teall attended the meeting? But did Marcia Higgins?

  2. By Carol
    April 24, 2013 at 11:35 am | permalink

    I doubt it. You don’t see here very often, and she doesn’t answer phone calls much. Margie Teall doesn’t answer email requests either. So what do we do,,,,go knock on their doors?

  3. By John Floyd
    April 29, 2013 at 12:47 am | permalink

    Show up at the polls on election day.