August 15, 2016. Public hearing and vote on South Pond Village site plan at Ann Arbor City Council.
June 21, 2016. South Pond Village development in Ann Arbor remains source of controversy. MLive. "ANN ARBOR, MI — A previously rejected version of the controversial South Pond Village development proposal appeared before the Ann Arbor Planning Commission again Tuesday night. By a 6-1 vote, the commission once again recommended the City Council deny approval of the proposed subdivision behind Arborland mall."
February 18, 2016. Commission rejects controversial South Pond Village development. MLive. "By a 6-0 vote, the Planning Commission once again rejected the subdivision proposed behind the Arborland shopping center, sharing concerns expressed by city staff and residents about impacts to wetlands and other natural features."
June 15, 2015. Vote delayed by City Council.
June 1, 2015. The address 3850 E. Huron River Drive appears on the June 1, 2015 agenda of the Ann Arbor City Council in connection with the South Pond site plan approval. Approval of the resolution would allow for the construction of 73 single-family homes with public streets on a vacant, 36.2 acre parcel zoned R1B (Single-Family Dwelling District). The project would include storm water controls and landscape buffers. The project will also include the dedication to the city of a one-acre public park. The item appears on the City Council's agenda with a recommendation of denial from the City Planning Commission, which voted 2-6 in favor of approval on April 7, 2015.