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Utica's parks system consists of 677 acres (274 ha) of parks and recreation centers; most of the city's parks have community centers and swimming pools. Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. , who designed New York City's Central Park and Delaware Park in Buffalo, designed the Utica Parks and Parkway Historic District . 
Stevenson is a part of Utica Community Schools, Michigan's second largest school district. The school was named for Adlai E. Stevenson, a two-time candidate for President of the United States and former United Nations ambassador. In athletics, the school is often referred to as "Sterling Heights Stevenson". The school's mascot is the "Titans."
The Township of Scugog is governed by a mayor, a regional councillor and five councillors elected on the basis of one per ward. Ward 1 includes Greenbank, Seagrave, Epsom, Utica and Manchester. Ward 2 is Port Perry (South of 7A) and Prince Albert. Ward 3 is Scugog Island. Ward 4 is Blackstock, Nestleton Station, Nestleton and Caesarea.
This is a list of nursing schools in the United States of America, sorted by state.A nursing school is a school that teaches people how to be nurses (medical professionals who care for individuals, families, or communities in order to attain or maintain health and quality of life).
Utica Road is an important diagonal connector that crisscrosses the city from southeast to northwest, going through the intersection of Dodge Park Road (across from the Sterling Heights city hall) via the first roundabout in Macomb County. Dequindre Road is the border between the city of Sterling Heights and the city of Troy.
Utica High School, Utica; Watkins Memorial High School, Pataskala; Logan County. Bellefontaine High School, Bellefontaine; Indian Lake High School, Lewistown; Benjamin Logan High School, Bellefontaine; Riverside High School, De Graff; Lorain County. Avon High School, Avon; Avon Lake High School, Avon Lake; Brookside High School, Sheffield Village
CNY Centro operates various Community Extra routes, open to the public, that directly serve public, charter, and parochial high schools attended by students who reside within the Syracuse City School District. High school students, that live 1.5 or more miles from their school, are provided with free travel to and from school on school days.
Macomb Township is a civil township within Metro Detroit in Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan.The township's population was 50,477 at the 2000 census.At the 2010 census, the population grew to 79,580, which ranked Macomb Township as the most-populated civil township in the state of Michigan.