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Apportionment Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Ed Golembiewski
24:47
Washtenaw.org/apportionment
dirk
32:50
please unmute my phone
dirk
32:51
7838
dirk
33:18
Ia m
dirk
33:21
will call back in
dirk
33:21
thanks
Ed Golembiewski
41:12
Written comments added to the record of this meeting are available at Washtenaw.org/apportionment under meeting communications.
Janet Cannon
54:13
well said, Desirae.
Ed Golembiewski
01:00:08
Margaret, yes, his hand is raised and he should be able to speak when called upon.
Janet Cannon
01:22:42
Rita’s point is very good. I’ve tried to build a map or two, and really seeing how incomplete my awareness of communities of interest is.
Rita Turner- Sheerin
01:43:09
Janet I like the idea of bringing the maps to the public.
Debbie Swanson
01:43:54
I agree. Having the opportunity to see the maps would be helpful.
Janet Cannon
01:45:40
I’d like to add that I’ve had the privilege to work directly with the staff on housing issues this year and I have learned so much and appreciate them so much. It’s clear that counties are hobbled by revenue constraints, but they are doing a very good, human job.and I know the commissioners have been instrumental in making that happen.
Karen Lovejoy Roe
01:47:52
Thank you Catherine for the statutory background for the requirements!
Audrey Anderson
01:49:19
at Doug, thank you for the link, you are always on time.
Audrey Anderson
01:50:37
thank you Catherine
Audrey Anderson
01:55:23
33% is low, how about 50%
Audrey Anderson
01:55:55
Stop insulting us
Janet Cannon
02:01:35
What is the margin- how close do the numbers have to be? +- 2000? Or?
Audrey Anderson
02:02:14
Not personal after having done all you can to be fair and transparent.
Audrey Anderson
02:05:09
The microphone need cleaning after each speaker.
dirk
02:06:41
Thank you for holding some of these public meetings in evening hours. That is a big enabler.
dirk
02:07:08
and also thank you to staff (Ms Rozek, Mr Golembiewski) for working long hours