A proposal to build a new transit center along Fuller Road was met with some resistance Monday night during a special work session of the Ann Arbor City Council. While some council members, including Mayor John Hieftje, appear to be in full support of the $43 million Phase I project, which includes a nearly 1,000-space parking structure, it's evident some still need convincing — including Mike Anglin, D-5th Ward. "It seems to me that we're moving ahead on something that may not be of service to the community," Anglin said. "I'm not interested in providing parking for the university." Read the story here.