Lawmakers in Ann Arbor have approved a resolution condemning Andrew Shirvell for attacking gay student Chris Armstrong, reported.

The resolution, which was approved unanimously on Monday, says, in part, that the “actions of Assistant Attorney General Shirvell, including bullying, stalking and harassment are not consistent with the Ann Arbor Human Rights Ordinance.”

Armstrong, 21, became the subject of attacks by Shirvell after he was elected president of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Student Assembly in April. Armstrong is believed to be the first openly gay student to hold the post.

Shirvell criticized and belittled Armstrong at Chris Armstrong Watch, a website he runs, now sealed off behind a password protected page.

At his blog, Shirvell accused Armstrong of preying on impressionable freshman, of being “Satan's representative on the student assembly,” and labeled Armstrong a Nazi, a racist, a liar and an elitist. Shirvell also led protests outside Armstrong's home and at the university. University officials have banned the civil servant from its campus and Armstrong filed a personal protection order against him.

The Ann Arbor resolution was sponsored by openly gay Council Member Sandi Smith and supported by Mayor John Hieftje. Hieftje stood side-by-side with Armstrong at Monday's meeting.

The city joins the Michigan Civil Rights Commission, the agency tasked with enforcing the state's anti-discrimination laws, in condemning the attacks.

Armstrong talked about the incident on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.