Press enter after choosing selection

City Councilmen Receive "Your Government Officials" Publication From League Of Women Voters Members, February 1966

City Councilmen Receive "Your Government Officials" Publication From League Of Women Voters Members, February 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1966
Caption
In pre-finance drive activity League of Women Voters drive chairman, Mrs. William Weichlein (from left) presents copies of "Your Government Officials," a league publication listing all locally elected and appointed officials, to City Councilmen John Hathaway and Dr. Edward Pierce. With them is Mrs. Pierce, a league member. The booklet accompanied the organization's 1966 finance drive letter which has been mailed to 2,200 citizens.

Government Guide Issued

Government Guide Issued image
Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
January
Year
1971
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Ann Arbor's New City Council at Work, April 1969

Ann Arbor's New City Council at Work, April 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1969
Caption
Ann Arbor's New City Council At Work Ann Arbor's new City Council, with a Democratic majority, took office last night. Seated from left to right are James E. Stephenson, Fourth Ward; Roy A. Weber, Fourth Ward; LeRoy A. Cappaert, Fifth Ward; City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr.; Mayor Robert J. Harris; Richard D. Remington, First Ward; H. C. Curry, First Ward; Ernest L. Quenon, Second Ward; Robert G. Faber, Second Ward; Joseph W. Edwards, Third Ward, and Nicholas D. Kazarinoff, Third Ward. At the center table is City Clerk John P. Bentley and Stenographer Mrs. Sue Kosmalski. Fifth Ward Councilman Henry L. Stadler was absent. Last night's session was relatively brief -- the meeting was adjourned about 10:15.

Guy C. Larcom, Jr., at his desk on the first day as Ann Arbor's new city administrator, April 1956

Guy C. Larcom, Jr., at his desk on the first day as Ann Arbor's new city administrator, April 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 10, 1956
Caption
CITY ADMINISTRATOR BEGINS WORK: Guy C. Larcom, jr., is shown at his desk on his first day as Ann Arbor's city administrator. Larcom arrived in Ann Arbor yesterday to begin his duties. The city administrator's post is provided in the new charter, which went into effect yesterday.

Democrats Stun GOP In City Races

Democrats Stun GOP In City Races image
Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
April
Year
1964
Copyright
Copyright Protected