Ann Arbor's city council is sending almost $100,000 of public art money back to city services.
Last year, they pulled the plug on a controversial plan called "Percent for Art."
For five years, it set aside money from some new city construction projects and put it towards art installations.
Now, council members are sending the leftover money back to city services, to pay for things like roads and sewers.
They will hold onto enough money to wrap up a few art projects, and they're asking for a new plan for future public art.