Pictured is Chesterfield Police Captain Ken Franks, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Public Safety Director Brad Kersten, and Captain Brian McNair.
Governor Rick Snyder, S.A.N.G. Commander General Slocum, and a bipartisan group of policital figures were in attendance today for the groundbreaking for the new Southeast Michigan Veterans Home in Chesterfield Township. The property formerly known as Sebille Manor, once served as active duty base housing, for Selfridge Air National Guard Base.
When completed, it will serve 128 veterans, who will reside in four smaller houses. Veterans will have their own bedroom and bathroom, a common gathering area and kitchen space. These smaller houses will also connect to a community center with clinical and therapeutic services. The site for veterans will also feature the kind of amenities one might expect in a hometown community such as a barbershop and salon, a large space for full member and community meeting, courtyards and green space.
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