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||In 2009, "Money Magazine" named Saline among the "Top 100 Best Places to Live, Work and Play" in the U.S. In 2013, "Bloomberg BusinessWeek" named Saline "The Best Place to Raise Kids" in the State of Michigan. Saline Public Schools rate among the top 100 in America.
Saline is just a short drive from the world-class academic, cultural, and sports attractions of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. Downtown Detroit is only an hour away.
Roughly 250,000 working-age people live within a 20-minute commute to the City, and more than 1.5 million live within a 45-minute commute. This includes excellent concentrations of both skilled and unskilled workers; and an unparalleled selection of experienced managers, as well as management trainees from several area universities, colleges, and vocational training schools.
More than anything else, the character of Saline-area workers is an extension of the community's agricultural roots, whose heritage puts a premium on traditional values, hard work, self-reliance, independence, and an enduring pride in one's community, family and job.
Saline offers the highest quality in community amenities including top-notch hospitals, schools, and recreation facilities. It is part of the Ann Arbor metropolitan area which is consistently rated as one of the top ten areas for quality of life each year.
||I-2, general industrial. The I-2 district is intended for manufacturing, assembly and material distribution facilities. The permitted uses in this district tend to have a more intensive use of products and chemicals than those permitted in the I-1 district. Manufacturing, processing, or assembling shall be permitted, provided that the materials, equipment, and processes utilized are clean, quiet, to a considerable extent, and free from objectionable or dangerous nuisance or hazard. Outdoor storage is permitted if screened from the public view.
1.All permitted uses in the I-1 district.
2.Manufacturing, processing packaging or assembling of the following:
a.Pharmaceutical preparations, cosmetics and toiletries.
b.Plastic products such as laminate pipe, plumbing products, and miscellaneous molded or extruded products.
c.Stone, clay, glass and leather products.
d.Food products, bakery goods, candy and beverages.
e.Prefabricated buildings and structured members.
g. Paper and wood products such as office supplies, bags, books, cabinets, furniture and toys.
3.Tool and die shops, job shops, and machine shops.
5.Warehousing, refrigerated and general storage, but not including self-storage facilities.
6.Packaging operation, but not including baling of discarded or junk materials, such as, but not limited to, paper, cloth, rags, lumber, metal or glass.
7.Manufacture and repair of signs, and heating and ventilating equipment.
B.Special land uses.
1.Automobile repair facilities and collision shops, subject to the requirements set forth in section 6.08
2.Self-storage facilities, subject to the requirements set forth in section 6.06
3.Offices and warehouses of general and heavy equipment contractors.
4.Bulk storage, dispensing and distribution of petroleum and chemical products, flammable liquids or gases.
5.Collection center for household waste materials to be recycled.
6.Solid waste processing and transfer facilities.
7.Retail sale of drug and health care products, when occupying no more than 15 percent of the floor area included as part of a building containing medical and dental offices, clinics, and medical laboratories.
8.Business service establishments such as printing and photocopying services, publishing, mail and packaging services, typing and secretarial services and related activities.
9.Studios for musical, dance or artistic instruction.
10.Private service clubs, fraternal organizations and lodge halls.
11.Business and/or technical schools.
12.Retail sales of goods produced on the premises and occupying no more than 15 percent of the building floor area.
13.Laundromats and dry cleaning customer outlets, including dry cleaning and laundry plants serving more than one customer outlet.
16.Indoor sports facility.
17.The following uses may be considered as special land uses in the I-2 general industrial district if the property where the use is proposed has frontage on Michigan Avenue or Maple Road:
a.Medical and dental offices, including clinics and medical laboratories.
b.Banks, credit unions, savings and loan associations.
d.Retail sales of musical instruments, hardware, paint and home decorating supplies, floor covering, sporting goods, furniture, home accessories and appliances.