Nickels, who has served for 12 years and represents the 2nd Ward, cited several accomplishments and two disappointments during his tenure. Among the accomplishments: the city's first living wage ordinance, weekly recycling, council protocol, keeping College Place in front of Pease Auditorium open, zoning enforcement along Washtenaw Avenue, the uniform residential parking permit program, down zoning in midtown, and saving the Starkweather House.

The citizens of Ward 2—Normal Park and College Heights—will elect one of their two council persons in the August primary and November election this year. Having served in this capacity for 12 years, I am not going to seek re-election.

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