Could 220-acre development for Chines...

Could 220-acre development for Chinese immigrants be headed for Milan area?

There are 1 comment on the Ann Arbor.com story from May 15, 2012, titled Could 220-acre development for Chinese immigrants be headed for Milan area?. In it, Ann Arbor.com reports that:

Property purchase records in Monroe County's Milan Township - located just southeast of a US-23 exit to Milan - indicate that a US-based Chinese investment firm has bought 220 acres, with township officials saying they may be planned for a 415-home upscale development, according to a report in the Detroit News.

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Curious

Dearborn, MI

#1 May 16, 2012
Does Rick Snyder own an interest in the land sold?

Is the land purchased owned by the state of Michigan?

How many spaces at UM are there for 400 plus families at in-state tuition rates?

Will American students applying to UM be displaced?

Why not do this in Detroit where it make more sense?

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