‘We haven’t done sufficient.’ Ann Arbor Climate Change Tax on the way to the vote

Mayor Christopher Taylor descends a ladder at Ann Arbor Fire Station 6 on Friday, October 18, 2019. There are 78 solar modules on an upper level of the roof and a further 64 modules with 370 watts each on a lower level.Ryan Stanton | The Ann Arbor News

ANN ARBOR, MI – Ann Arbor officials are expected to decide in three weeks whether to ask city voters to approve a new property tax to combat climate change.

Mayor Christopher Taylor plans to table a 20-year tax proposal of 1 million at the council meeting on December 6th. If approved, it will be put to a vote by voters on May 3rd.

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