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Map of Proposed Packard-Beakes Bypass, February 1972

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 1, 1972
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Packard-Beakes Route: This map focuses on the center of the controversial Packard-Beakes bypass, which was approved by City Council last night. It shows the northerly connection with Beakes and Kingsley as one-way pairs, Beakes handling inbound traffic and Kingsley the outbound motorists. Beakes and Kingsley would connect with Ashley and First (at left) which would then connect with Packard south of the Man St. business district. Arrows on the map indicate the traffic pattern which will result when--and if--the bypass is completed. The dotted-in diagram in the upper half of the map is the proposed alternative bypass route proposed by the Model Cities Policy Board, a routing termed too expensive by city officials. The route which was approved was first proposed six years ago. (Story on Page 1)

Junkyard Move Is Ready

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1
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April
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1975
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HUD OKs Junk Yard Move

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15
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August
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1972
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Model Cities Wants Junk Yard Action

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4
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August
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1972
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Junk Area Cleanup Asked

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23
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July
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1969
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Model of Summit Park Expansion, January 1972

Model of Summit Park Expansion, January 1972 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1972
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Model Shows Playground Plans: This model showing how the expanded Summit St. Playground is proposed to look after Lansky's junk yard is relocated is currently on display at the Ann Arbor Community Center. A public presentation of the plans for the park will be held at tomorrow's Model Cities Policy Board meeting and at Monday's City Council meeting. The playground is presently .75-of-an-acre in size and will be expanded to a total of two acres. The model shows a sports activities area at bottom, a basketball court, and a handball court at upper left. The area to the right of the handball court will be for picnicking and other less active recreation. In the center is a fountain, while at lower right is a shelter adjacent to a playfield for small children.

Spann Quits Model Cities Policy Board

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23
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January
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1973
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Reappointment Recommended

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6
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May
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1969
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