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History[edit] The area known today as Greektown was first settled in the 1830s by German immigrants, who created a primarily residential neighborhood in the area.[3] However, in the earliest years of the 20th century, most of the German residents began moving from the neighborhood into areas further from downtown.[3] As the Germans left the area, new Greek immigrants moved in, spurred by Theodore Gerasimos, the first documented Greek immigrant in Detroit.[3] The newly arrived Greeks established businesses in the neighborhood. By the 1920s, the area was becoming primarily commercial rather than residential, and the Greek residents began moving out; however, the restaurants, stores, and coffeehouses they established remained.[3] The next thirty years brought a melange of immigrants to the few residential spaces left in the neighborhood. Greektown Historic District Greektown Historic District
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Detroit Metro Times Detroit Metro Times In this week’s Metro Times we took a look at the state legislature’s role in Detroit’s ongoing bankruptcy — in particular, how it must approve a $350 million pledge for the so-called “grand bargain” to remain intact. And, with last night’s announcement of a significant deal between the city and Detroit’s pension boards and retiree groups, the ball is Lansing’s court now. The new deal, first reported by the Freep, would cut general employees monthly pension checks by 4.5 percent and eliminate their cost-of-living increases. Police and fire retirees would see no cuts to monthly checks, while their cost-of-living increases would be reduced from 2.25 percent to 1 percent.
The Detroit metropolitan area, often referred to as Metro Detroit, is a major metropolitan area located in Southeast Michigan, constituted of the city of Detroit and its surrounding area. There are several definitions of the area, including the official statistical areas designated by the Office of Management and Budget, a federal agency of the United States. Metro Detroit is known for its automotive heritage, arts, entertainment, popular music, and sports. The area includes a variety of natural landscapes, parks, and beaches, with a recreational coastline linking the Great Lakes. Definitions[edit] Metro Detroit Metro Detroit
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Detroit Zoo April's Animal Attraction | Chimpanzee Photo by Patti Truesdell Ajua is a 5-year-old male chimpanzee whose name, when spelled “a jua”, is Swahili for sunny – which also describes his high-energy personality. He was born in September 2008 at the Great Apes of Harambee to mother, Akati, and father, Imara – the first chimp to be born at the Detroit Zoo in 13 years. Detroit Zoo
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City of Grosse Pointe Woods City of Grosse Pointe Woods Supersize Your Recycling The new 64-gallon recycling container is wheeled and lidded. These bins are provided to residents at no charge by Rizzo, the city's waste disposal contractor. They are an optional addition to the small bins currently in use throughout the Woods.
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Welcome to the City of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (MI) Welcome to the City of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (MI) The City of Bloomfield Hills is a mature yet dynamic community of predominately residential areas. The rolling terrain, woodlands, watercourses, and distinctive architecture make the city quite unique. In 1926, the area of Bloomfield Hills had outgrown its first two names, "Bagley's Corners" and "Circle City", but, it was still part of Bloomfield Township and consisted almost entirely of large estates. Voters in 1927 approved the incorporation of the Hills as a village, elected a President and drew up a Board of Commissioners. In order to keep from being incorporated into the then-forming City of Birmingham Bloomfield Hills electors voted for cityhood in 1932...
Welcome to the City of Troy, MI A PREMIER COMMUNITY: Troy is a place where families and businesses thrive. A community recognized for its excellent quality of life, this “safest city in Michigan” has an A+ rated school system, unsurpassed City services, and one of the lowest tax rates in Oakland County. Troy is home to 6,000 flourishing businesses that employ 125,000 people, including some of the most advanced technology companies in the world. Welcome to the City of Troy, MI
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1. Winter Wonderland Weekend - Head to the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House and enjoy outdoor fun with holiday music and lights, storytellers, carols, hot chocolate and holiday treats! Also, check out the Candlelight Stroll. December 20—22. - Detroit Moxie
Spirit of Detroit Statue - Profile of Spirit of Detroit Statue Sculptor: Location: In front of the City-County Building (aka Coleman A. Young Municipal Center)
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