The Ypsilanti Police took possession of a new Patrol Cart this afternoon. The cart will be used during festivals and special events.
It was a gift to the department from the Friends of the Ypsilanti Police.
Here in Ypsilanti, Michigan is the last remaining Hudson dealership
in existence. It is now part of the Ypsilanti Auto Heritage Collection,
founded by Jack Miller, who’s Father started this dealership.
Jack was manning the front desk when we visited on New Year’s Eve.
This 1933 Terraplane is currently displayed in the showroom and is
Construction continues on the Ypsilanti Freighthouse.
For more information on the Freighthouse restoration, visit www.foyf.org
Ice Sculptures in the Elijah McCoy Park next to the Ypsilanti Library, Downtown Ypsilanti.
Students from Jason Malloy’s third grade Chapelle Community School, pose with Ypsilanti city workers in front of the red oak tree they planted in Parkridge Park, Friday, April 27 in recognition of Arbor Day.
Protest signs show up in Ypsilanti
Signs protesting taxes in Ypsilanti showed up overnight. One is on Michigan Avenue across from the police and fire station. The second is on Summit just south of the Water Tower. The owner of these properties also owns commercial property in the downtown area. It is unknown if there are other signs up around Ypsilanti.
Amanda Edmonds from Growing Hope sent us this picture. Volunteers were moving a green house down Cross Street. Amanda tells us, “We obeyed all traffic laws as you can see here–We even stopped for the traffic light at Cross and Prospect.”
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Ypsilanti City Parking Enforcement vehicle parked on South Washington around 1 pm, Tuesday, March 6, 2007.
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