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400 Families Join GROW

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27
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March
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1972
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500 Families Join GROW

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20
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April
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1972
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Map of Model Cities Neighborhood Being Displayed, June 1970 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

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Ann Arbor News, May 17, 1970
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The Neighborhood: This map shows the Model Cities Neighborhood with an estimated population in the 4,000 to 4,500 range. Millions of dollars could be poured into the area during the next few years to upgrade it physically and to help residents economically through employment projects. The program is expected to last about five years. A controversy now rages over the Packard-to-Beakes bypass route, with Model Cities representatives objecting to the northern end which would turn Kingsley and Beakes into major thoroughfares and divide the Model Neighborhood. An alternative suggested by Model Cities would be to follow the route of the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks to connect with Main St. near Depot.

McFadden Is Candidate

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10
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July
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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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A Report From City Administrator

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18
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April
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1972
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Dr. Edward C. Pierce Treats a Young Patient at Summit Medical Center, July 1973 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

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Ann Arbor News, July 4, 1973
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Dr. Pierce Treating Patient: Dr. Edward C. Pierce, founder and physician of the Summit Medical Center, treats the toe of little Kellie O'Connell, 8, at the center at 704 Spring St., while her brother Tom, 7, looks on. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Connell of 1805 Orchard. The center, which celebrates its fifth birthday this fall, will open a new unit at 3174 Packard Rd. in the next few weeks.