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Chamber Unit To Acquire Large Tract

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Day
29
Month
June
Year
1960
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Research Park Group Formed

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Day
14
Month
July
Year
1960
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City Officials Sign Utility Permits for Ann Arbor Research Park, November 1960

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1960
Caption
Activates Research Park: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (seated) signs an option agreement to permit the city to install utilities to and in a 210-acre research park. Looking on (left to right) are Thomas L. Dickinson, co-chairman of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Committee, and City Clerk Fred J. Looker and Lawrence H. Ouimet, the committee's other co-chairman. Development of the park with research-oriented industry is expected to begin in the spring, Dickinson said. Installation of the utility lines will be scheduled so that they will be available when the park is ready for use, City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr., said today.

Ann Arbor Receives Michigan Legislature Resolution Commending Ann Arbor Research Park, March 1961

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1961
Caption
City Honored: Donald R. Pears (right), speaker of the State House of Representatives, presents to W. Nial MacDonald a House resolution commending Ann Arbor for its "striking achievement in creating the Greater Ann Arbor Research Park." MacDonald, president of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce, received he resolution at last night's C of C dinner meeting.

Building Site of Ann Arbor Research Park, April 1961

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1961
Caption
The Boulevard Is This Way: James F. Brinkerhoff, chairman of the site planning subcommittee of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerces' economic development committee, looks over a staked-out area in Ann Arbor's 210-acre Research Park where the main Research Park Dr. will go. The Research Park is now open to firms which want to locate there. Land costs $10,200 an acre.