Council member Kathy Griswold: Experienced, Effective Leadership.

Since Ward 2 voters chose Kathy to represent them on City Council in 2018, she has used her years of experience as an elected official, and her consistent voice of reason, to get the job done on Ann Arbor City Council. Kathy has kept the campaign promises she made to Ward 2 voters in 2018.

Media coverage of Council member Kathy Griswold’s work on behalf of Ward 2 residents:

  • When Kathy Griswold ran in 2018, no 1,4 dioxane had been detected in Barton Pond, where Ann Arbor gets 80 percent of its drinking water. In 2019, it was announced that the carcinogen had been detected in the City’s water source. Council member Kathy Griswold promised she would support EPA Superfund status to clean-up the 1.4 dioxane Gelman Plume. She has fought against short-sighted, political opposition to EPA Superfund status and, along with U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, is working to implement a long-awaited, aggressive clean-up of the Plume.