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Waterford Township, Michigan
In 1818, Oliver Williams selected land in Oakland County which he purchased for two dollars an acre. Archibald Phillips and Alpheus Williams purchased 161.40 acres (653,200 m2) in what later became Waterford Village.
In 1819, Alpheus Williams and Archibald Phillips continued on to where the Clinton River crossed the old Saginaw Trail (now known as Dixie Highway). They settled at the site of the present Waterford Village. Here the first house of Waterford Village was built by Alpheus Williams on the north bank of the river. Archibald Phillips built his home across from the south corner where Andersonville Road meets Dixie Highway.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 35.3 square miles (91 km2), of which 31.3 square miles (81 km2) is land and 4.0 square miles (10 km2), or 11.22%, is water.
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Oakland County community calendar May 16 and beyond
Oakland Community College offers courses on food, wine and tequila, taught by Culinary Arts faculty chefs. “Grilling with OCC Chef Doug Ganhs”, a two-session class, is 6-10 p.m. May 26 and June 2, $67 ...
Michigan DNR: Mute swan deaths not due to poisoning
Conservation officers have recovered eight of the birds since January from Maceday Lake in Waterford Township, northwest of Detroit, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said. Necropsies ...
DNR rules out poison for numerous swan deaths in Waterford Township
Michigan DNR biologists confirmed that a disease caused by a parasitic flatworm killed three mute swans found dead earlier this year, near Maceday Lake in Waterford Township.
DNR says several mute swans found dead in Oakland County were not poisoned
Wildlife biologists with the DNR say the swans actually died from a parasitic flatworm, which is passed to the birds from infected freshwater snails.