While my youngsters now live in Ann Arbor and attend Ann Arbor schools, my parents raised me in a number of odd suburbs back in the 1990s.
First every one of us were up in Lyndon Township to the northwest of the neighborhood of Chelsea, now a official town with its swollen population.
Then every one of us moved eastward to Dexter for a few years before ending up in Hell in Livingston County. Our final residence before I left for school in Lansing was the town of Saline. If you live in Ann Arbor and want to find Saline, find Ann Arbor-Saline Rd and just head south until you arrive in the aforementioned city. The town is directly named after the salty “Saline” River that cuts through the neighborhood and was once used by local Native American tribes as a salt mine for meat preservation. While Saline has slowly expanded over the years, its villages have inched closer to the southern borders of Ann Arbor. Since housing prices are out of control in the Ann Arbor town limits, suburbs enjoy Saline and Dexter are superb places to raise a family if you don’t mind the small neighborhood environment and the drive into the town of Ann Arbor from wherever you reside. I recently opened a cannabis store that is within the villages bordering Ann Arbor. There aren’t any existing weed stores for several miles, so I’m hoping that I don’t face too much competition in this recognizable location. Trying to start a cannabis store in the Ann Arbor town limits is taxing because there are already so numerous of them here. The competition is fierce for Michigan marijuana, both medical and recreational.