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"And the university is going to grow," he adds, "and as it grows, it'll add faculty plus increasing numbers of students and young people, and people entering their sixties because they'll want to be near the vibrant life of the university-and to the university's hospitals. As the town's population grows, it's going to mean more density and more retail and commercial activity that, if handled well, can continue keep Ann Arbor an exciting town to live and work in-a bright spot in Michigan and a model for other university towns."    (end of article)

[Originally published in January, 2009.]

 

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