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City Administrator Ecorse, MI
The City of Ecorse is located in Wayne County, Michigan and lies along the Detroit River. It is one of the several contiguous southern suburbs of Detroit known as the “Downriver” communities. First settled by French Habitants, Ecorse’s history began in the early 1700s. In 1827, the Michigan Territorial Legislature created the Township of Ecorse, 10 years before Michigan officially became a state. Initially, logging was very important to Ecorse and its residents and in the early 1900s, steel became a huge factor in the community. The Michigan Steel Mill officially opened in July 1923 with 500 employees and rapidly grew as time went on. Ecorse formally became a city on September 19, 1941. Today, the city is home to many recreational and community events, with six separate parks and


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