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CITY OF YPSILANTIC
APPROVED MAY 5, 1877,
As Amended by Act 400 of the Laws of 1881,
And by Local Laws of 1891 and 1897.
PRINTED BY AUTHORITY OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF YPSILANTI.
THE YPSILANTIAN PUBLISHING HOUSE.
Section 2. The People of the State of Michigan enact, That Boundaries. so much of the township of Ypsilanti, in the county of Washtenaw, as is included in the following description, to wit: beginning on the north bank of the Huron river, on the line between sections four and five, in said township, thence south to the northeast corner of lot number eight of the subdivision of said section five; thence west to the northwest corner of lot number six, in said subdivision; thence south to the center of the Ann Arbor road; thence north 80 degrees 10 minutes west along the center of said Ann Arbor road thirty chains and twenty-five links; thence south 39 degrees 50 minutes west along the center of what is known as the South Ann Arbor road eleven chains and forty-one links; thence south 18 degrees 10 minutes east thirty-six chains and five links to the center of the highway leading westerly from the west end of Congress street; thence south 66 degrees 20 minutes west along the center of said highway two chains to the northeast corner of Ed Crane's land; thence south 18 degrees 10 minutes east along the east line of said Crane's land extended to the center of the Chicago road; thence easterly along the center of the Chicago road to the present city limits; thence