The Brighton Branch of the Rochester Public Library, located at 25 N. Winton Road, north of East Avenue.The building began as Brighton School District No. 2. When the area was annexed by the City of Rochester it became Rochester Public School No. 1 in 1905. Martin Brewer Anderson School No. 1 replaced it in 1922. The building opened as a library branch on Jan. 2, 1923. This building was in use until plans were announced to replace it with a new branch on Winton Road. A public auction of the
For sale: $220,900. This spacious community in the Fowlerville School District has easy access to I-96, and blends open spaces with parks. Red Cedar Crossing has a quiet feel, sitting on the edge of Fowlerville, but with easy access to the highway that connects Lansing with Brighton and Detroit-area communities. Red Cedar provides small-town options, including a farmer's market and a historic downtown and picturesque residential areas. RESNET ENERGY SMART NEW CONSTRUCTION, 10 YEAR STRUCTU...
Absolute Auction of Duplex - 639 Brighton, Toledo, OH 43609 - Thurs, August 25, 2016 at 5:30 pm. Duplex with upper and lower 2 bedroom units with one bath each. Fully leased at $13,320 annually with longer term tenants. Improvements including roof in 1999 and more. Bowsher School District. Long term owner cash out. It’s hard to find the good one’s like this. Being offered onsite and live online bidding is available. View more online. Pamela Rose Auction Company, LLC.
Carpentry students work on their projects at Martin B. Anderson School No. 1 on Hillside Avenue in Rochester NY. 1922. Old School No. 1, on Winton Road near East Avenue, was transferred from Brighton to Rochester ca.1904-1905 and used by the City School District as Martin B. Anderson School No. 1 for many years.
Afghanistan vet does battle with Michigan teachers union
Michigan teacher and Afghanistan veteran Adam Neuman thought he had escaped the clutches of the local union after he withdrew his membership before the new school year, but he was shocked to find that they still had their hands in his pockets.