Click the picture so it can be actually read.
This is a scanned copy and not too good. Better then nothing though.
I do have the PDF file of this. If you want the file, email me. My email address is on every post -firstname.lastname@example.org
Joined: 11 Dec 2002
Location: Bois Blanc Island/ Washington, DC /Muskegon
Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:51 pm
So here's the question then...I've found a lot of maps like this on the State's website...but I'm wondering if there are any MORE ACCURATE maps??? I'd like to see a current landownership map with all the plats/plots/lots whatever you'd call them. Does that exist? Is that what the county plat map book would provide?
Joined: 01 Jan 2003
Location: Sand Bay
Sat Feb 05, 2011 8:11 am
Just now noticed your comment on Feb. 4th. The county would be your next step for more detailed information. It may be the assessors office or county surveyor that you need to contact. Those laminated large maps, like the one on Plaunt's boat, comes from the county, I think. Contact the township. They get lots of their nice maps from the county. You can find approximate survey lines using GPS. Email me, if you want to get into the guts of how to do that.
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