The Chronicle is reporting that SELMA Cafe has been sent a notice of zoning violation by the city. The Food System Economic Partnership, a non-profit associated with SEMLA is also severing ties and has frozen its assets.
The city of Ann Arbor has sent a notice of zoning violation to the popular Selma Cafe, a weekly home-based breakfast gathering that raises money for local farmers and farming activities. The group has also received notice that the nonprofit Food System Economic Partnership (FSEP) has decided to end its fiscal sponsorship of Selma Cafe, citing “significant violations” of the terms in a memorandum of understanding between the two entities. The FSEP board voted to make the move in late March.You can read more on the Chronicle. Could this be the end of SELMA?
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