Saline City Council met for a work session on Monday night to discuss a proposed parking analysis in the northwest quadrant of the downtown four corners area. Specifically, they were talking about the eastern half of the block encompassed by Michigan Avenue, North Ann Arbor Street, McKay Street and Lewis Street.
He lives in Ann Arbor and his office is in Ypsilanti, but Bill Kinley has his finger on the pulse of Saline more than most Saline residents. Recently he spoke to the Post about his vision for the city. Kinley owns numerous Saline buildings, including Murphy’s Crossing, Merchant Square and Brecon Grille. He is co-owner of The Oaks shopping center. In addition, his construction company built the City Hall/police station building and the Brecon Village Memory Support Center.