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to the City of Albion, Michigan

The City of Albion is located in south-central Michigan. Tenney Peabody, Albion's first permanent settler, arrived at 'The Forks' in 1833. In 1835, Mrs. Peabody named the area 'Albion' because some of the early settlers, including Jesse Crowell, hailed from Albion Township, New York. ('Albion' won out over 'Peabodyville,' Mrs. Peabody's first choice.)

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Mar
03

AVOID FROZEN WATER LINES SAYS CITY OF ALBION

Posted on March 03, 2015

The City of Albion is encouraging those residents who have received their annual letter requesting the running of tap water to prevent frozen water services lines to please continue until further noti...

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Feb
27

Ice Skating in Albion

Posted on February 27, 2015

The Public Services Department informs us that they have been working diligently making ice and both the skating pavilion and ponds are available for ice skating at Victory Park.

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Feb
20

Recycling Center closed Feb. 21 due to weather

Posted on February 20, 2015

Please be advised that the Albion Recycling Center will be closed this Saturday, February 21, 2015, due to the extremely cold temperatures.   The center will be reopened on Wedne...

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Feb
18

Members needed for a Citizen's Advisory Committee to review Albion's Parks & Recreation Master Plan

Posted on February 18, 2015

The City of Albion has created a Citizens Advisory Committee to update Albion’s Parks and Recreation Master Plan.  Please click here or contact the City Clerk’s office for an applica...

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Feb
18

RESOLUTION # 2015-To create a Citizens Advisory Committee to update the Parks and Recreation Master Plan put before City Council

Posted on February 18, 2015

RESOLUTION # 2015-To create a Citizens Advisory Committee to update the Parks and Recreation Master Plan    

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The Bohm Theatre, originally built to house movies and vaudeville shows, opened its doors on Christmas day 1929.