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My Hometown: Northville, MI By Kyle Binford
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My Hometown: Northville, MI Northville, Michigan was originally created in 1867 and officially became a city in 1955. The Northville area is just 2.2 sq miles and is about 30 minutes east of Detroit. The are has always been known for its appealing countryside and rolling hills. The most unique thing about the city is the fact that they have a very historic downtown that has a very warm feel when you enter into town. Northville has always been known as a stop for French Canadian travelers that were traveling out west. The absolute location is Latitude 42.431 and Longitude -83.482 Northville is nestled into the eastern side of Michigan and is right in the middle between two of the largest cities in Michigan, Detroit and Ann Arbor. It has major highways such as I-275 and M-14 nearby. Northville has always been known as a wealthy community but without its location it couldn’t have done this. Within ten miles of Northville, there are 21 different automotive factories and this brings in many new families every year. This is the only problem with Northville, and that is the fact that many of the people that move into Northville only stay on average for three years but
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course GPY 235 taught by Professor Xu during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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My Hometown - My Hometown: Northville, MI By Kyle Binford...

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