Sec. 5. (1) The commission shall oversee the financing and construction of a memorial monument
dedicated to Vietnam veterans from Michigan who died or are listed as missing in action
as a result of the Vietnam conflict. The commission shall solicit designs for the monument and shall select the final
(2) The names of each Michigan Vietnam veteran who died or is listed as missing in
action as a result of the Vietnam conflict shall be inscribed on the Vietnam veterans
(3) The Vietnam veterans memorial monument shall be located within the veterans memorial park on a state owned site that is a 1-acre parcel of land measuring approximately 186.95 feet, in an east-west direction and
approximately 233.00 feet, in a north-south direction, the west line of this parcel
is 41.71 feet east of and parallel with the east right of way line of Butler Street
and the north line of this parcel is 30.00 feet north of and parallel with the centerline
of Michigan Avenue. The actual structure of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Monument shall not be closer
than 15.625 feet south of the center axis.
This parcel being more particularly described as beginning at a point that is 127.00
feet northerly on the west line of block 1, Bush, Butler and Sparrow's Addition, City
of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan and 41.71 feet easterly from the southwest corner
of said block 1; thence northerly 233.00 feet parallel with the west line of said
block 1; thence easterly 186.95 feet parallel with the centerline of Michigan Avenue;
thence southerly 233.00 feet parallel with the west line of said block 1; thence
westerly 186.95 feet parallel with the centerline of Michigan Avenue to the point
of beginning, containing 1.00 acre, more or less.
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