Former Michigan Historical Commission President Jack Dempsey: 'Selling off a green field would neither maintain nor increase the size of Hines Park. Selling what amounts to a 4-acre brownfield site to have it rehabilitated is a different matter.'
Commissioner Terry Marecki: Hines Park proposal needs full, open discussion
Monday, January 28, 2019
Wayne County Commissioner Terry Marecki penned an op/ed column published on HometownLife.com about Mill Run and the discussion about the fate of the mills.
Mill Run: Myth versus Reality
Monday, January 14, 2019
Mill Run will rehabilitate three historic Ford mills currently owned by Wayne County and open them for public uses, as well as open to the public currently inaccessible green space, create new trail connections, and expand Hines Park.
Hometown Life: Wayne County looks to sell historic mills, have them redeveloped for 21st century
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Hometown Life's David Veselenak reports on plans to redevelop Hines Park's historic mills.
Associated Press: Michigan officials hope to redevelop Henry Ford mills
Friday, December 07, 2018
The Associated Press writes about Wayne County's plans to facilitate redevelopment of three historic mills once operated by Henry Ford.
Free Press: Historic Ford mills along Rouge River, Hines Drive to get redeveloped
Thursday, December 06, 2018
The Detroit Free Press' John Gallagher reports on plans to redevelop the historic Ford Motor Company mills along Hines Park.