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Caught in the middle

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19
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September
Year
1976
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YCUA board adopts budget

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22
Month
October
Year
1976
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YCUA, union reach tentative agreement

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24
Month
October
Year
1974
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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.

Alan Abend, Steamfitter, Exiting The U-M Tunnels, July 28, 1993

Alan Abend, Steamfitter, Exiting The U-M Tunnels, July 28, 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1993
Caption
University of Michigan steamfitter Alan Abend climbs up through a manhole from the steam tunnels that run under the University of Michigan. A dozen workers who call themselves Tunnel Rats watch over the underground utility system.

Bob Hoffman & Mike Klapperich Working In The U-M Tunnels, July 28, 1993

Bob Hoffman & Mike Klapperich Working In The U-M Tunnels, July 28, 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1993
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University of Michigan plumber and welder, Bob Hoffman, right, and steamfitter Mike Klapperich repair pipes in the steam tunnel under the U-M Medical Center complex.