Tag Archives: Washtenaw Feeding Corridor

State of the City of Ypsilanti 2012 — the Five-Year Plan

The following was just sent out by Ypsilanti Mayor Paul Schreiber. As I don’t know if it will get picked up in what remains of our local press, I thought that I should reprint it here, so that people could share it by way of Facebook, etc. That, of course, doesn’t help the thousands of […]

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Update on the Ypsi-Arbor sign… There’s still time to save it, but does anyone care?

As I mentioned in my last post about the Ypsi-Arbor sign, I wrote to Washtenaw County Commissioner Wes Prater and asked him to intervene, stop the auction, and protect the historic sign. Well, I just received his response. Here it is, in its entirety. “I agree with most of your concerns. It would benefit the […]

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Might there be good Chinese food in Ypsi’s future?

I’m reading the AnnArbor.com story on the new restaurant opening next to the Hua Xing Asia Market on Washtenaw, and it’s got me really excited. (Excited to the point where I’m almost guaranteed to be disappointed.) Prior to reading the article, I thought that the owners were likely opening a newer version of the faux-Chinese […]

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