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Deciding best use for the Library Lot The Ann Arbor Central Park Proposal is headed to November ballot. After years of trying, a citizens group known as Ann Arbor Committee for the Community Commons has garnered the 5,000 signatures required to bypass City Council and allow Ann Arbor residents to decide if the city-owned Library
Vosenna, an indie beauty retailer, has opened at 2386 E. Stadium Blvd., in the Lamp Post Plaza near Trader Joe’s.
Office Evolution, a business-to-business franchise that creates co-working spaces, private offices, virtual offices, and other business services, will open their first Michigan site.
Refreshments, raffles and door prizes all will be in full effect with proceeds designated to develop a youth-focused community center in Inkster, called the High Five Hideout.
In late April the State Board of Canvassers ruled that the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol has collected enough signatures to qualify for the November 6 ballot.