Contradicting Stories Raise Suspicions of $300M Chinese Development Proposed for Ypsilanti

As of this writing, four city of Ypsilanti officials—Mayor Amanda Edmonds, Mayor Pro Tem Nicole Brown, Police Chief Tony DeGiusti, and Economic Development Director Beth Ernat—are in China.

The officials took the trip to view architecture and talk to investors interested in a proposed $300 million development called International Village to be built on city-owned land. The largely Chinese-funded development would mostly house students who are expected to be from China or from other Asian countries.

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