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« on: Dec 05, 2002, 05:19 »
There are several motels in the greater Monroe area.  They do like to stick it contractors wheb Fermi does an outage.  Bartlett tries to work out a package with one of the larger ones that has a bar, food and other restaraunts nearby.  Contact me here and I may be able to get you additional information.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 03, 2003, 09:17 »
There is a Days Inn and a few other motels offering weekly rates.  

Roger & Patti, fellow Nuclear Contractors, have a furnished one bedroom apartment (separate from main house) available in Toledo, Ohio. Easy travel to Davis Besse or Fermi. pateck@aol.com 419.474.4375  

There are Two Or Three Motels In Newport Mi. That You Can Stay At. One Of The Motels Is Cross-country Motel There Is A Golf Course Right Across From It.

And There are Campgrounds Around There About 10 Min From Fermi, Camp Lord Willing in Monroe--1600 Stumpmier Rd, (313)242-3116.

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« Reply #2 on: Jun 11, 2003, 03:16 »
BEWARE the Hometown Inn on Dixie, the manager raises the rates when he knows you are working Fermi. Charged us 46.00/night even though he has a weekly rate. Did not give us the rates he offered over the phone. Plenty of other places within short distance that are reasonable.

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« Reply #3 on: Apr 11, 2004, 10:04 »
Be sure to check with the site coord. and house techs about housing. Henry and I stayed their in 2003, had a 2 bedroom house, furnished, all utilities except phone furnished for $200 week on Detroit Beach which is 5 miles from plant on the Dixie Highway.

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« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2004, 10:50 »
My favorite place near Monroe, is the Cabela's store. I can still see the look in my husband's eyes as we pulled in the parking lot.

If you need it for hunting, fishing, boating or camping, they have it.

We also enjoyed the MGM Casino in Detroit, crossing over to Windsor, Canada to the casino there also.

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« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2004, 10:17 »
Eats and drinks around Monroe, from a local.
For the best Mexican food and drinks around try La Fiesta, its on N. Telegraph Rd., south of town near the Ohio border on your right (highly recomended).  For some Italian cuisine you might try The Detroit Beach Pizzaria, located on Dixie Hwy only a few miles from Fermi. Its about 5 miles before I-75 coming from Fermi. Petes Garage is an all time classic, although recently remodeled (I liked it better before) on N Telegraph. Tuesday night is wing night and always extremely busy. Weekends pull in a fairly large crowd as well. They have a great burger and some decent pool tables. Also if you enjoy nastalgia they have several cars from the 50's that have been modified into booths. If your in the mood for an easy going night of a few drinks and either a game of pool or some karioki (Friday night if Im not mistaken) check out The Bears Den. You probably pass it every day on your way to work. Its less than a mile from Fermi Dr. on Dixie Hwy.
Two to avoid: "the dump" and "the pit", aptly named they are rough bars. The dump is on the river, its current name is The Pirates Landing, its best not to go here. The second is The Gravell Pit, on Telegraph north of town. Its best to know someone there. Both are known for fights and drugs.
Enjoy Monroe, I always do!

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« Reply #6 on: Jul 10, 2004, 01:25 »
A bunch of us stayed at Amerihost Inn last spring (03) outage.  They charged 34 a night, pool, sauna, jacuzzi and a pretty good continental breakfast. Good people worked there also, had a ball. There was about 12 of us all staying there so there wasn't any lack in socializing.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #7 on: Jul 10, 2004, 11:06 »
"They" have changed the name of "Camp Lord willing" to: Shady Rest RV Park and Campground. I saw some negative experience indications at one spot online under the old name but I wonder if anyone here had a bad time there? Also there is Harbortown RV Resort just south of Monroe.
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« Reply #8 on: Jul 17, 2004, 01:48 »
A lot of the Fermi people hang at Vernas on Dixie Highway, about 3 miles North of the plant (Famous because it was issued the first liquor license in the US post Prohibition)

Also try McGeadies on Monroe Street. John Martin runs the cleanest bar in town with the best burgers in Michigan, PLUS his waitresses are HOT!!

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« Reply #9 on: Jul 28, 2004, 03:51 »
Most hotels in Monroe are ify (my opion) the only 2 nice ones are Comfort Inn which is $45 a night, based on weekly stay, and the Hampton Inn.  Hampton "says" they don't do weekly rates but I did talk them into it and had a great stay.
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« Reply #10 on: Sep 15, 2004, 03:44 »
New "deal" in Monroe:  the Comfort Inn has a special rate for GE/Detroit Edison Group, $40.00 daily.  (734) 384-1500 6500 E. Albain Rd.  or one exit S. of Fermi exit off interstate.  This is the best deal in the area, includes 24 hr excercise rm, jacuzzi/pool, brkfst.  Stacey is the contact person there.
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #11 on: Dec 10, 2004, 01:56 »
I just finished a 4-1/2 week stay at Shady Creek RV park and campground  on November 20, 2004. It was a pleasent place to stay. It cost $ 450 / month.
Their website is: http://www.shadycreek.biz/ Their Phone  number is: (734) 243-2052 .They areopen year round. The place is a 10-15 minute drive from Fermi.
New washers & Dryers. Fairly well laid out hookups.They sell propane.(expensive)  He put down fresh gravel in my site to make sure I had something dry to park and walk on. I had an easy sattelite dish lock on due to  intelligent layout of campsites.  (long run to treeline to south ) I can't predict what the place will be like in 18 months, but if I go back I'll give them a try.

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« Reply #12 on: Dec 07, 2006, 08:36 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.

Amerihost Inn and Suites located at 14774 LaPlaisance Rd, Monroe, MI, 48161.
(I 75, Exit 11, turn right at McDonald's and fllow the drive back to the hotel)
Contact phone # Jas @ 1248-931-7694

-  Convenienly located close to Fermi II and DTE
-  Special rates for Fermi II and DTE
-  Hotel Amenities include free continental breakfast, Indoor heated pool,     whirlpool, exercise room, business center, rooms with coffemakers, micrwaves and refrigerators.
-  Laundry pick up and drop off service
-  Special discounted rates for food at Nearby restaurants
-  "Friends and Family" discounts for anyone coming to visit.
-  24 hr front desk, very friendly and well trained staff
-  Guest Appreciation every Tuesday

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« Reply #13 on: Jan 27, 2007, 12:33 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.

Just to let you know, Amerihost Inn & Suites has competitive rates in the area of Monroe.  It has a heated pool and hot tub, clean rooms, free continental breakfast, wireless internet and a bunch more goodies.  It's behind the Horizon Outlet off 75, at Exit 11.  Many companies lodge there, too.  The prices are real good, too.  They have "extended stay" packages.  The number is 734-384-1600.  Oh, before I forget, they have "Jacuzzi Suites" that are very nice. Take advantage.  The staff is very helpful.   Hope to see you there!

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« Reply #14 on: Jan 27, 2007, 02:09 »
On my infrequent trips to Monroe I stay at the Amerihost. The old owners sort of ran it into the ground, the new owners are a very nice Middle Eastern family, they go out of their way to help. Last time I was there was just prior to Fermi's last RFO. From what I can see the owners welcomed the contractors.

The rates are better than you'll get in most decent places in Monroe.

Mike

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« Reply #15 on: Mar 24, 2007, 04:49 »
A word of BEWARE. Before you book at AmeriHost (The name is changing to Baymont) contact me.
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« Reply #16 on: Apr 06, 2007, 11:42 »
I think the people of SE Michigan are a bunch of defective, rude, backwards losers. For the most part it's a grey area with not a lot to do unless you want to travel a ways

Saying that, the plant is a good one. For the most part low rad levels and as a whole the staff is very sensitive to dose issues. The RP staff is EXCELLENT. There are a lot of very nice people working at that facility. The Decon staff had an excellent relationship with Operations and pretty much every department on site. Some of the best Operators we had at Fermi came out of the Decon ranks. As an NLO, RO, and SRO I always got along fine with the deconners and very much appreciated their willingness and ability to get work done efficiently and safely.

 

One thing to keep in mind. Fermi2 is already in the process of going through a lot of Upper Level Manager Changes, they have a new SR VP from Dominion and I would venture he's going to bring in his people. From what I hear the changes are going to be very extensive and reach down into the Department Head Level. Keep in mind that may change Plant attitudes a bit.

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« Reply #17 on: Apr 06, 2007, 12:14 »
Daze,
Unless they moved the plant, that would be Lake Erie.
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I didn't find the people there to be rude at all. Bar tenders, store clerks, resurant servers....all of them I met were very friendly. Perhaps a bit backward, but that's not always a bad thing. If I weren't working at home, I'd love to go back there.

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« Reply #18 on: Apr 06, 2007, 01:28 »
LOL Roll Tide. actually my wife believes in my assessment too and feels even more strongly as to how rude SE Michigan people really are.

As to store clerks being friendly, the only friendly store clerks I ever saw were in the stores owned by Middle Eastern People otherwise they acted like they were doing you a favor be waiting on you. (Partyville on South Custer and Sams Stop on 7th street KUDOs to you guys!) I will agree the bartenders were friendly to a fault, Russ at the Bears Den comes to mind, also the staff at McGeadies. And while I'm at it if anyone sees Alecia at Michigan Bar tell her Mike and Lauri send their love. Note I do recognize the exceptions to the rule. As a whole I disliked most SE Michiganders with a passion.

It wasn't easy being a fan of an undisputed National Champion while I lived there :) Knowing me Roll Tide did you think I made sure people knew that?

Mike

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« Reply #19 on: Apr 06, 2007, 02:05 »
I don't know where any of you stayed at during your time at Fermi, but Henry and I loved it. We not only found the people outgoing and friendly; but we had a wonderful little cottage on Detroit Beach that came completely furnished for 200 per week including the cable and lights, we just paid for the phone.

I would go back in a heart beat...

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« Reply #20 on: Apr 06, 2007, 02:14 »

                    Camella, I concur with you...
        I enjoyed the people as well as the area... especially the house techs... :)

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« Reply #21 on: Apr 06, 2007, 02:22 »
                    Camella, I concur with you...
        I enjoyed the people as well as the area... especially the house techs... :)

I agree. The House Techs at Fermi are about as fun a group of nice and classy people as you'll ever meet.

Detroit Beach is a nice area. One of the few where you get a decent view of the lake.

Mike

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #22 on: Apr 06, 2007, 10:23 »
I enjoyed myself there and the Detroit area was great.
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« Reply #23 on: Apr 07, 2007, 04:31 »
I think the people of SE Michigan are a bunch of defective, rude, backwards losers. For the most part it's a grey area with not a lot to do unless you want to travel a ways

Saying that, the plant is a good one. For the most part low rad levels and as a whole the staff is very sensitive to dose issues. The RP staff is EXCELLENT. There are a lot of very nice people working at that facility. The Decon staff had an excellent relationship with Operations and pretty much every department on site. Some of the best Operators we had at Fermi came out of the Decon ranks. As an NLO, RO, and SRO I always got along fine with the deconners and very much appreciated their willingness and ability to get work done efficiently and safely.

He's 100% correct.  Most of the plant staff are not locals.  It's tough to describe the true nature of the area on this forum.  Most of the positive comments given were for short term stays and probably didn't get the full exposure or was limited to their favorite bar or restaurant.

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« Reply #24 on: Apr 07, 2007, 10:12 »
Well I hate to burst your bubble M1ark, but I didn't frequent a bar anytime I was in the area of Fermi; however this is what MY experience was while in the area for a short time (which by the way is what most of us are used to isn't it? Here today, gone tommorow).

I called the site co-ord to find out about housing, he talked to someone at the plant, they knew someone and got me her name. This person rented to me sight unseen, a charming 2 bedroom house (fully furnished) with her paying the electric bill and cable for a whopping $200 per week. The second week we were there the roof sprang a leak and she and her brothers showed up the next day and put a new roof on!!!

Week 3, in a rush to go to the mall I set my 800.00 camera on the driveway and drove away. The man next, whom I had never seen saw it and picked it up and returned it the next day.

The transportation people carefully told me how to catch the city bus and heck the smaller bus that did runs actually came to the house and took me to the mall because it was on the way to her routine stops. Wow.

I could go on and on, but suffice to say that in the 33 years I've got in this business (yep thats right) as the daughter and wife of a tech, this was one of the nicest, cheapest and friendlist places I've ever been.

As for there being nothing to do, come on, Detroit is 40 minutes away, you can cross the border and go to a beautiful casinon in Canada and one of the largest outdoor stores is another 30 minutes away. I actually did not see half of what I wanted to see of this area.

Like I said before, Henry and I loved it, he loved the plant and we are both ready to return.

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« Reply #25 on: Apr 08, 2007, 12:48 »
I lived there for 15 years. M1ark about 9 or 10 years. I happen to like people for the most part. In my whole time in SE Michigan I found the people to be the rudest, most ignorant, and convoluted people I ever met. Also you got a nice rental but housing prices are inflated, taxes are too high and the area itself is grey and ugly. Out of the 15 summers and springs I was up there I can say there was one nice spring and one nice summer. So far in Soddy Daisy I'm two for tow on both, heading for 3 for 3. Autumn was very nice there.

If you met a group of nice people they were either people who had moved to the area to work at Fermi or were visiting Canadians.

It's sad when the best thing you can say about an area is well at least it's close to Canada.

The Plant is great. The people working at that plant are first rate. But so far as SE Michigan, I'm glad I'm gone.

Mike

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #26 on: Apr 08, 2007, 07:52 »
i grew up there in the 80s in high school.  one of the worst places i have ever lived and my parents thought so too.  of course i lived in kimberly estates trailer park on telegraph/grafton and that area wasn't very good.

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« Reply #27 on: Apr 09, 2007, 09:34 »
I lived there for 15 years. M1ark about 9 or 10 years. I happen to like people for the most part. In my whole time in SE Michigan I found the people to be the rudest, most ignorant, and convoluted people I ever met. Also you got a nice rental but housing prices are inflated, taxes are too high and the area itself is grey and ugly. Out of the 15 summers and springs I was up there I can say there was one nice spring and one nice summer. So far in Soddy Daisy I'm two for tow on both, heading for 3 for 3. Autumn was very nice there.

If you met a group of nice people they were either people who had moved to the area to work at Fermi or were visiting Canadians.

It's sad when the best thing you can say about an area is well at least it's close to Canada.

The Plant is great. The people working at that plant are first rate. But so far as SE Michigan, I'm glad I'm gone.

Mike

Well I have never been to Soddy Daisy, but I did live in TN for a year and hated it. And I saw plenty of ignorant and rude people in this area too. I guess life is what we make it. I liked Michigan, of course I didn't have to live there long, but most of us don't live in an area long enough to discover its bad parts.

I like where our home is now, Barnwell, SC but are there rude people here? Of course, ignorant ones too. But you have to take the good with the bad and make the most of of it.


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« Reply #28 on: Apr 09, 2007, 12:03 »
If y'all manage to find a place with no ignorant, rude people  please let me know.....but let's keep it a secret from the rest of the world. Monroe, Mich, Philadelphia, TN, Denver, CO, Idaho Falls, ID.....and on and on. They all had their smallmindedbigego'dsuchandsuch's.....but I enjoyed all those places. Maybe a place is just what you make it.

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« Reply #29 on: Apr 25, 2007, 09:20 »
A word of BEWARE. Before you book at AmeriHost (The name is changing to Baymont) contact me.
    Llama, what is your warning for Amerihost? To any/all, "what areas/towns to avoid" while looking for lodging - 6 month assign.  Is the area closer to Turkey Pt. or Indian Pt. or other? I am looking for furnished/or un apt within 30 min to plant, prefer < 30 min. Any info appreciated. Thank you!

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« Reply #30 on: Apr 30, 2007, 04:10 »
Update: camping for Fermi!!! The campground is back to being called Camp Lord Willing.
The phone number is (734)243-2052 and the rates have increased to $550 a month for waterside and $500.00 a month non-waterside. plus electric you can also get a 100 gallon pig for long term propaine use.  ;D This was updated as of 01/08/2014
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« Reply #31 on: May 01, 2007, 01:59 »
Apartments are few in Monroe. Toledo is about 20 minutes to the south, down interstate 75 where there are undoubtedly many more apartments. There are some houses for rent in Monroe and I have seen some apartments. I would not advise getting a place towards Detroit as the traffic is terrible. There are two campgrounds around Monroe. One is on LaPlaisence Rd. which is pricy and the other is Camp Lord Willing where I stay. Great campground has wifi and fishing. I haven't noticed it to be noisy, except for the ducks, which are in abundance, but they should soon be finished with their mating.

Monroe is medium sized town with about all you could ask for as far as stores. The town has a multitude of parks and golf courses. Once out of town the scenery turns to farmland. I found the people to be friendly and I love working at Fermi 1. If you want the excitement of big city night life, Detroit is to the north and Toledo is to the south both within reasonable driving distances. I hope this has been of some help to you WhoMe

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #32 on: Jul 11, 2007, 08:29 »
If anyone has lodging information for this facility, please post it here.
Baymont Inn and Suites (formerly Amerihost) has an entirely new staff in place. They have special discounted rates for contractors, Fermi and DTE workers. The people there are great, they will surely make your stay very pleasant. The next outage is coming quick make your reservations today. For information about the special rates for the outage call the Marketing Specialist "Stephanie Pipkin" at 734-384-1600 or 734-731-7468 you can also call the GM Jas Sohi at 248-931-7694. Baymont has
  • Indoor Heated pool and whirlepool
    Free High Speed Wireless Internet
    Free Continental Breakfast
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    e all Baymont or email Stephanie at info@baymontmonroe.com or Jas at sales@baymontmonroe.com
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« Reply #33 on: Jul 23, 2007, 05:57 »
Baymont inn and Suites is  located at 14774 LaPlaisance Rd, Monroe, MI, 48161.
(I 75, Exit 11, turn right at McDonald's and follow the drive back to the hotel)
Hotel phone # 734-384-1600
E-mail: sales@baymontmonroe.com
Contact phone # Jas @ 1248-931-7694

-  Convenienly located close to Fermi II and DTE
-  Special rates for Fermi II and DTE
-  Hotel Amenities include free deluxe continental breakfast, Indoor heated pool, whirlpool, exercise room, business center, rooms with coffemakers, micrwaves and refrigerators.
-  24 hr onsite-guest laundry
- Laundry pick up and drop off service
-  Special discounted rates for food at Nearby restaurants
-  "Friends and Family" discounts for anyone coming to visit.
-  24 hr front desk, very friendly and well trained staff
-  Guest Appreciation every Tuesday

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #34 on: Sep 06, 2007, 10:13 »
2 bedrooms to rent, full use of house, laundry and pool table. 10 mins from plant. $200/wk each
I stayed there last outage and it was good, near the plant, close to the beach, state park just down the road, quiet.
Call John 734-787-0674
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« Reply #35 on: Sep 10, 2007, 12:11 »
I am looking for a bit of help.  I have been in the business for a long time, but I have never been to Fermi so I know nothing at all about the area that Google maps doesn't show, so - I am coming in on the 16th and looking for a good place to stay.  If anyone needs a house/roommate for the outage I am clean quiet and non-smoking.  If anyone knows a good (and relatively basic/inexpensive) place to stay in the area I would be grateful for a heads up. 
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« Reply #36 on: Sep 10, 2007, 12:24 »
Uhhhh,  look at the post above yours. I called John before I posted it and he's renting the room again.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #37 on: Sep 10, 2007, 08:48 »
Best Western @ exit 15 is 302/per week.
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« Reply #38 on: Sep 11, 2007, 10:13 »
Don't forget to do a little sight seeing on your days off. The Cabela's store is just a few miles away and worth the trip. Also try out the MGM casino in Detroit and Casino Windsor in Ontario is beautiful and a fun place to visit.


http://www.harrahs.com/casinos/casino-windsor/hotel-casino/property-home.shtml

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #39 on: Sep 11, 2007, 01:51 »
Countryside Apartments.  (734) 243-6262.   $565 a month for a 1 bedroom. They are willing to pro-rate weekly if needed, which helps me out since I will be at fermi for 5 weeks max.  I stayed there coming up on 3 years ago.  Not the nicest apartments Ive ever stayed at, but they were clean....and we are also talking about monroe...not many new apartments goin up.  Deff. worth the money.  $300 a week for a hotel room gets expensive.
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« Reply #40 on: Sep 11, 2007, 02:02 »
Countryside Apartments.  (734) 243-6262.   $565 a month for a 1 bedroom. They are willing to pro-rate weekly if needed, which helps me out since I will be at fermi for 5 weeks max.  I stayed there coming up on 3 years ago.  Not the nicest apartments Ive ever stayed at, but they were clean....and we are also talking about monroe...not many new apartments goin up.  Deff. worth the money.  $300 a week for a hotel room gets expensive.
Countryside, if my eversofailing memory serves, is unfurnished, but there's a rental place around the corner that's pretty accomodating.

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« Reply #41 on: Nov 15, 2007, 04:29 »
Furnished 2 bed room house all utilities included, washer/dryer , Quiet safe sub division on Lake Erie. $275 weekly Single person or 2 people sharing $200 each per week, for more details, call Lynda or Adrian tel 734 652 5606 or e mail lyndajean47-mi hotmail.com .

 

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #42 on: Nov 21, 2008, 03:15 »
Should take a look at the new hotel in town called Hotel Sterling.  A combination of hotel rooms to
suites with full size kitchens.  Located Downtown Monroe roughly 8 miles
from plant.  Not the cheapest but reasonable and by far the highest quality!  First Class.  Downtown location is walking distance to a good number of quality bars and restaurants.  Their website is thehotelsterling.com.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #43 on: Dec 30, 2008, 03:39 »
Hopefully will wind up there when they start unit 3.  I grew up in this area and I miss it at times.  My kids still live in the area with their mom and it would be nice to spend more time with them than I do on the road.  Being in QA I guess it will be a few years till i get back there on a more permanent basis...which sucks....miss the ice fishing, snowmobiling, deer hunting, hockey and boating on lake Erie...Great Walleye and perch.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #44 on: Dec 31, 2008, 08:15 »
Hopefully will wind up there when they start unit 3.  I grew up in this area and I miss it at times.  My kids still live in the area with their mom and it would be nice to spend more time with them than I do on the road.  Being in QA I guess it will be a few years till i get back there on a more permanent basis...which sucks....miss the ice fishing, snowmobiling, deer hunting, hockey and boating on lake Erie...Great Walleye and perch.


I miss it at times also.  Probably spent 12 years of my so called adult life in Monroe or Woodhaven.  Had a house in Woodland Beach a couple of blocks from the lake.  Some very nice people in that stretch of woods.
LM

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #45 on: Feb 06, 2009, 09:27 »
 ;D House For Rent ;D

2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, 2 car attached garage, large living room,completely remodeled,
new windows, all appliances. Great Area, across from the mall. $ 850.00 a month
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Call 734-777-7750 please leave message ;)
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #46 on: Feb 11, 2009, 05:09 »
Baymont Inn & Suites of Monroe
14774 LaPlaisance Rd, Monroe, Michigan 48161
Phone: (734) 384-1600, Cell Phone: 248-931-7694
Fax: (734) 384-1180, Email:sales@baymontmonroe.com

We offer special rates for FERMI II and DTE Employees/ Contractors
For Special rates and reservations Call or Email:

Jas Sohi: 248-931-7694, E-mail: sales@baymontmonroe.com   
Stephanie Pipkin: 734-731-7468. Email: info@baymontmonroe.com

Convenient Location I-75 Exit 11, turn right at McDonald’s entrance, follow the drive back. We are only minutes away from FERMI.

Hotel amenities include:
•   Free Deluxe breakfast, Free Wireless Internet, Free Dinner on Tuesday’s (5:00- 7:00 PM)
•   In room Coffeemakers, Microwave and refrigerators, iron and Ironing boards, Hairdryer, Free Wireless Internet in rooms
•   On site Guest self Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer)
•   24 hr Business Center/ Fitness/Indoor heated pool/Hot tub
•   Special discounts on some of the area restaurants. Walking distance to most fast food restaurants.


  
« Last Edit: Feb 03, 2010, 09:41 by room4u »

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #47 on: Mar 30, 2009, 07:17 »
I have a clean one bedroom furnished apartment in Monroe that's right on the river. Quiet and smoke free. Only 15 minutes from Fermi. Don't stay in a stuffy impersonal motel. Enjoy the view of nature out your backdoor. Kitchen, bath, small living room & kitchen. $45.00 a day including utilities. Newly remodeled. Call 734-241-4158 or email

Also have a relaxing place right on Lake Erie, 2 bedroom with views of the lake so a couple of guys could share costs. Clean, Smoke free. and Fully furnished w/ utilities included. Only $50.00 a day there. De-stress looking at the Great Lake Erie.
Had a couple from IN stay while working an outage on Fermi & they loved it! Many others have also stayed. Don't let this one slip by! Just call
« Last Edit: May 07, 2013, 10:58 by gergskitten »

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #48 on: Jul 18, 2009, 02:08 »
 :P




There are four great locations to stay at in Monroe Michigan. Near the Enrico Fermi Nuclear plant.

Americas Best Value Inn Monroe 734.289.1080

Hometown Inn Monroe (Best Western) 734.289.2330

Knights Inn Monroe 734.243.0597

Sleep Inn South Rockwood. 734.782.9898


All of then have weekly rates. Please call to get more information.



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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #49 on: Feb 03, 2010, 10:01 »
Baymont Inn and Suites (formerly Amerihost) has an entirely new staff in place. They have special discounted rates for contractors, Fermi and DTE workers. The people there are great, they will surely make your stay very pleasant. The next outage is coming quick make your reservations today. For information about the special rates for the outage call the Marketing Specialist "Stephanie Pipkin" at 734-384-1600 or 734-731-7468 you can also call the GM Jas Sohi at 248-931-7694. Baymont has
  • Indoor Heated pool and whirlepool
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    Excersize Room
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    e all Baymont or email Stephanie at info@baymontmonroe.com or Jas at sales@baymontmonroe.com

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #50 on: Feb 03, 2010, 10:06 »
Baymont Inn & Suites of Monroe14774 LaPlaisance Rd, Monroe, Michigan 48161
Phone: (734) 384-1600, Cell Phone: 248-931-7694
Fax: (734) 384-1180, Email:sales@baymontmonroe.com

We offer special rates for FERMI II and DTE Employees/ Contractors
For Special rates and reservations Call or Email:

Jas Sohi: 248-931-7694, E-mail: sales@baymontmonroe.com   
Stephanie Pipkin: 734-731-7468. Email: info@baymontmonroe.com

Convenient Location I-75 Exit 11, turn right at McDonald’s entrance, follow the drive back. We are only minutes away from FERMI.

Hotel amenities include:
•   Free Deluxe breakfast, Free Wireless Internet, Free Dinner on Tuesday’s (5:00- 7:00 PM)
•   In room Coffeemakers, Microwave and refrigerators, iron and Ironing boards, Hairdryer, Free Wireless Internet in rooms
•   On site Guest self Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer)
•   24 hr Business Center/ Fitness/Indoor heated pool/Hot tub
•   Special discounts on some of the area restaurants. Walking distance to most fast food restaurants.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #51 on: Jul 13, 2010, 03:19 »

I have a lovely house right on Lake Erie, 2 bedroom perfect for a couple or small group of guys who could share costs. Fully furnished w/ utilities included. Had a couple from IN stay there while working an outage on Fermi & they loved it! Available immediately, don't let this one slip by!
$50.00 a day including utilities. Call 734-241-4158 or email
« Last Edit: May 07, 2013, 10:55 by gergskitten »

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #52 on: Aug 05, 2010, 10:10 »
Just found out I am going to the Fermi outage. I am looking for a place with a porch or balcony because I am a smoker. It also needs to have internet access.  Thanks!

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #53 on: Aug 07, 2010, 05:15 »
Just found out I am going to the Fermi outage. I am looking for a place with a porch or balcony because I am a smoker. It also needs to have internet access.  Thanks!

I'm sataying at the Del Rio.  If it's not already listed, I'll get their info and post it.  It has a porch and internet included.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #54 on: Aug 11, 2010, 09:19 »
Any suggestions for efficiencies or furnished apartments?  Del Rio is fully reserved, as well as the construction company they've been sending their overflow to.  Having grown up downriver, I'm familiar with the area, and am comfortable staying anywhere between Monroe and Taylor.  I normally stay in Trenton, but would really like someplace with a stove so I can avoid most of the fast food/microwave pitfalls.

I'm having trouble finding efficiencies or executive apartments outside of Detroit or Ann Arbor, and I really don't want to drive half an hour after a 12 hour day :)
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #55 on: Aug 11, 2010, 09:58 »
Look up Hotel Sterling in Monroe.  He has some very nice efficiencies, located downtown walking distance to pubs.  Not cheap but very nice.  Flat screen TV, stainless appliances etc. Great landlord                                                       

http://www.thehotelsterling.com/
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #56 on: Aug 24, 2010, 04:01 »
Amerihost Inn and Suites located at 14774 LaPlaisance Rd, Monroe, MI, 48161.
(I 75, Exit 11, turn right at McDonald's and fllow the drive back to the hotel)
Contact phone # Jas @ 1248-931-7694

-  Convenienly located close to Fermi II and DTE
-  Special rates for Fermi II and DTE
-  Hotel Amenities include free continental breakfast, Indoor heated pool,     whirlpool, exercise room, business center, rooms with coffemakers, micrwaves and refrigerators.
-  Laundry pick up and drop off service
-  Special discounted rates for food at Nearby restaurants
-  "Friends and Family" discounts for anyone coming to visit.
-  24 hr front desk, very friendly and well trained staff
-  Guest Appreciation every Tuesday


No longer an Amerihost, it is Baymont Inn and Suites. They will get you a good price. Stayed there recently. Enjoyed my stay. Staff was great, room was nice, clean, comfortable  and breaskfast was good. Pool was refreshing. If you are coming in late, call and they will get the ac on and cool off your room! Great bunch up there! If your not familiar with the area the ladies at the desk go out of the way to help you out. Founs a great Mexican resturant El Maguey on Dixie, nice place with authentic food!!

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #57 on: Aug 24, 2010, 04:04 »
A word of BEWARE. Before you book at AmeriHost (The name is changing to Baymont) contact me.


Just stayed there recently and had a great stay. What happend on your stay?

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #58 on: Aug 26, 2010, 01:43 »
For anyone looking for lodging for the 2010 refuel at Fermi, please see Jas Sohi, or Daniel Weder @ either Comfort Inn (LaPlaisance Rd - Exit 11) 734-384-1500; or Baymont Inn (same exit, North side of street) 734-384-1600... Wonderful locations, easy-on-easy-off I-75, within 10 miles of Fermi Plant, close to all restaurants, downtown, bars, shopping, & other areas of family interest...

Weekly rates available at both properties... Continental breakfast @ Baymont; Full breakfast @ Comfort Inn... Pool & hot tub at both locations; jacuzzi suites available, as well...

Contant Dan: dan@comfortinnmonroe.com or Jas: Sales@baymontmonroe.com

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #59 on: Aug 27, 2010, 09:10 »
Places to stay

Hey everyone! Just wanted to share that the last couple times I was down I stayed at Baymont Inn and Suites and Comfort Inn. Both were right off the highway, both have pools,and wifi, and better then a continental breakfast! You can't beat a fresh waffle! Call ahead and tell them you are working Fermi and how long you want to stay, they gave me a realy good weekend rate. All the folks that work there were really helpful. I was looking for a few places to eat and I needed a few things from the store! They printed off maps and menus for me. Both places really seemed to go above and beyond and when I ran into an emergency and needed to bring my dog up for a weekend i was in luck because Baymont has Pet Friendly rooms! Give either or both a try you won't be dissapointed!!


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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #60 on: Sep 06, 2010, 07:18 »
For anyone looking for lodging for the 2010 refuel at Fermi, please see Jas Sohi, or Daniel Weder @ either Comfort Inn (LaPlaisance Rd - Exit 11) 734-384-1500; or Baymont Inn (same exit, North side of street) 734-384-1600... Wonderful locations, easy-on-easy-off I-75, within 10 miles of Fermi Plant, close to all restaurants, downtown, bars, shopping, & other areas of family interest...

Weekly rates available at both properties... Continental breakfast @ Baymont; Full breakfast @ Comfort Inn... Pool & hot tub at both locations; jacuzzi suites available, as well...

Contant Dan: dan@comfortinnmonroe.com or Jas: Sales@baymontmonroe.com


Baymont had a bit above the continental breakfast when I was there fresh hot waffles and french toast! When I think continental I think cereal a muffin and coffee!1

:)

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #61 on: Sep 08, 2010, 09:43 »
If y'all manage to find a place with no ignorant, rude people  please let me know.....but let's keep it a secret from the rest of the world. Monroe, Mich, Philadelphia, TN, Denver, CO, Idaho Falls, ID.....and on and on. They all had their smallmindedbigego'dsuchandsuch's.....but I enjoyed all those places. Maybe a place is just what you make it.

There are nice people and not so nice people everywhere! I do not think I have been in a city that is all nice and friendly or all idiots!

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #62 on: Sep 09, 2010, 07:01 »
Places to stay

Hey everyone! Just wanted to share that the last couple times I was down I stayed at Baymont Inn and Suites and Comfort Inn. Both were right off the highway, both have pools,and wifi, and better then a continental breakfast! You can't beat a fresh waffle! Call ahead and tell them you are working Fermi and how long you want to stay, they gave me a realy good weekend rate. All the folks that work there were really helpful. I was looking for a few places to eat and I needed a few things from the store! They printed off maps and menus for me. Both places really seemed to go above and beyond and when I ran into an emergency and needed to bring my dog up for a weekend i was in luck because Baymont has Pet Friendly rooms! Give either or both a try you won't be dissapointed!!




Looking for a place to saty in the October Fermi outage? Call Baymont! It is right off 75, the have weekly rates!! 734-384-1600

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #63 on: Sep 16, 2010, 04:59 »
 8)

For anyone coming to Monroe to work the Fermi outage!

Baymont Inn & Suites
14774 LaPlaisance Road
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: (734) 384-1600 • Fax: (734) 384-1180

sales@baymontmonroe.com

We offer:
Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast
Clean and friendly rooms include refrigerator,
microwave, 27˝ TV, iron/board, coffee maker & hairdryer
Complimentary wireless Internet access
Executive Whirlpool Suites add luxuries like balcony
overlooking pool, a wet bar, and a sleeper sofa
Indoor heated pool, whirlpool and sundeck
Guest laundry and fitness center
Weekly, monthly and special group rates
Outdoor courtyard with BBQ Grill
Discounts offered at select restaurants and shopping
Daily, Weekly and Monthly Pool memberships available


Please call or e-mail for rates!

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #64 on: Jan 21, 2011, 09:33 »
8)

For anyone coming to Monroe to work the Fermi outage!

Baymont Inn & Suites
14774 LaPlaisance Road
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: (734) 384-1600 • Fax: (734) 384-1180

sales@baymontmonroe.com

We offer:
Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast
Clean and friendly rooms include refrigerator,
microwave, 27˝ TV, iron/board, coffee maker & hairdryer
Complimentary wireless Internet access
Executive Whirlpool Suites add luxuries like balcony
overlooking pool, a wet bar, and a sleeper sofa
Indoor heated pool, whirlpool and sundeck
Guest laundry and fitness center
Weekly, monthly and special group rates
Outdoor courtyard with BBQ Grill
Discounts offered at select restaurants and shopping
Daily, Weekly and Monthly Pool memberships available


Please call or e-mail for rates!



Cal this one or call Comfort Inn @ 734-384-1500! Great rooms! Great Staff!

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #65 on: Jan 28, 2011, 08:59 »
Called and was given a great weekly rate at Comfort Inn. Decided on a kitchenette room! Give them a call at 734-384-1500

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #66 on: Jul 26, 2011, 12:34 »
RED ROOF INN/ MONROE
734-289-2330

•   Free breakfast,
•   Free Wireless Internet,
•   Free Dinner on Tuesday’s (5:00- 7:00 PM)
•   In room Coffeemakers, Microwave and refrigerators, iron and Ironing boards, Hairdryer,
•   On site Guest self Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer)
•   Business Center/ heated outdoor  pool/grilling area/ truck parking/
•   Special discounts on some of the area restaurants.
•   Walking distance to most fast food restaurants.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #67 on: Mar 18, 2012, 11:53 »
I'm headed over for the outage. Got a room in a house in Toledo, OH for $95 a week. Yeah, it's a little farther, but about half way between Fermi and Davis Bessie, where I hope to go next.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #68 on: Dec 25, 2012, 09:47 »
Del Rio Suites - Apartments and Houses - Daily Weekly Monthly
www.delriomanagement.com
734-242-6026

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #69 on: May 07, 2013, 11:01 »
Have a relaxing place right on Lake Erie, 2 bedroom with views of the lake so a couple of guys could share costs. Clean, Smoke free. and Fully furnished w/ utilities included. Only $50.00 a day there. De-stress looking at the Great Lake Erie. Cook you're own healthy meals and relax in the deck.
Had a couple from IN stay while working an outage on Fermi & they loved it! Many others have also stayed. Don't let this one slip by! Just call 734-241-4158

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #70 on: Dec 05, 2013, 02:07 »
Looking for lodging during Fermi outage 2/10/14-3/17/14.  Does anybody know of a house or apartment for rent nearby?

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #71 on: Apr 08, 2014, 09:51 »
We have a home for rent that is right beside the plant. We are looking for a long term rental of our home-at least 12 mo. Or a rent to own type of thing.  It has 3 beds 2 baths and in the pt a peaux farms subdivision. Please email me if you have any interest.  Dflippin1@yahoo.com

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #72 on: Oct 27, 2014, 05:51 »
Beginning NOVEMBER 1, 2015!
Lodging available: Fully furnished house! 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 sets of washers & dryers, 2 car attached garage, large fenced-in backyard, small patio. 1 mile off of I-75 exit N. Dixie in Monroe. $950/month for single or $1,400 for 2 renters. A loved home that is occasionally used by owners when not rented. 1,200 square feet. No pets or smoking. Unfinished basement. Great location! Security deposit required. 586.321.2377 or email kmiklusak@comcast.net for more information.

« Last Edit: Aug 25, 2015, 12:51 by kmiklusak »
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #73 on: Feb 03, 2015, 03:14 »
1 or 2 Bedroom, short or long term furnished housing available at Custer Estates Apartments in Monroe. Several options to choose from. Non-furnished, furnished and furnished with all housewares. Furnished with or without housewares includes all utilities (cable/internet resident's responsibility so you are sure to get what you want). Leases are month to month, 3 month, 6 month and longer. We are your home away from home and preferred employer rates apply. Set rates per apartment not per person. Within walking distance to major retail shopping and restaurants or use your own full size kitchen and save money. custerestates@mrdapartments.com

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #74 on: Jun 16, 2015, 09:27 »
Looking for a place from July 6th through November 1st.
Would prefer a furnished condo, apt, house, whatever.
Not afraid to travel from Toledo area to Fermi.
PM me or call me 513.310.5912.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #75 on: Aug 03, 2015, 11:57 »

Looking for a place from August 28th through November 1st.
Would prefer a furnished house or apartment
Not afraid to travel from Toledo or Dundee to Fermi.
PM me or call me 402-274-7169.

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« Reply #76 on: Aug 05, 2015, 06:32 »
I'm going to the Fermi Plant in Sept. 2015.  I'm looking for ideas for lodging while I'm there.  Although this is not my first outage it is my first out of town outage.  So the housing thing is new to me.  Would like a cabin but anything would be okay.

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« Reply #77 on: Aug 06, 2015, 07:17 »
I got lucky because I came here early, on July 6th. I found a fully furnished house with a fenced in yard for my dogs for $950 a month. I would start looking on places like HomeAway, VRBO, Craigslist, etc. You can find some decent deals through those websites.

Within 10 minutes from the plant, there is a Holiday Inn and a Hampton Inn. Those will fill up fast and I would start now because the outage starts at the end of September.

Toledo, OH is a good option. It is only 25 minutes away and you can find some pretty cheap housing. Once again, get started now. I came in at 630 this morning and the line at the guard shack was 35 people deep.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #78 on: Aug 06, 2015, 07:29 »
I got lucky because I came here early, on July 6th. I found a fully furnished house with a fenced in yard for my dogs for $950 a month. ....

I think I know that house,... :P ;) :) 8)

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #79 on: Aug 06, 2015, 04:01 »
What are some towns within 15-20 minutes from the Fermi plant in Michigan.  I will probably check out vrbo or home away but I'm unsure what areas are close to the plant.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #80 on: Aug 06, 2015, 07:34 »
Newport, Monroe

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #81 on: Aug 22, 2015, 06:41 »
Is there a housing contact or housing assitant associated with the plant at Fermi?

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #82 on: Jun 12, 2016, 03:59 »
Beginning June 19, 2016!Lodging available: Fully furnished house! 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 sets of washers & dryers, 2 car attached garage, large fenced-in backyard, small patio. 1 mile off of I-75 exit N. Dixie in Monroe. $950/month for single or $1,400 for 2 renters. A loved home that is occasionally used by owners when not rented. 1,200 square feet. No pets or smoking allowed. Unfinished basement. Great location! Security deposit required. 586.321.2377 or email kmiklusak@comcast.net for more information. Happy to send pictures! Thank you for looking. :)
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« Reply #83 on: Sep 27, 2016, 09:30 »
 3 bedroom Fully Furnished  house nice relaxing fenced in backyard gas gril & fire pit,  washer & dryer WIFI no SMOKING ..MINUTES from Fermi!  Beautiful Lake Erie Park  with Lake Erie access, located in Private Association very nice & quite neighborhood  1 person $79.99 a night 2 people or 3 ask for pricing 734 777 9744 or email will send pictures trentonphc@yahoo.com

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FURNISHED HOUSE ON RIVER- ONLY 5 MINUTES FROM FERMI
« Reply #84 on: Nov 21, 2016, 07:04 »
FURNISHED 2 STORY HOME DIRECTLY ON RIVER

 
1 bed/1 bath WITH EXTRA FUTON BED DOWNSTAIRS IF NEEDED


5 MINUTES FROM FERMI POWER PLANT IN NEWPORT MI


NOT MONTH TO MONTH RENTAL!


SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED


EMAIL trishdadish44@yahoo.com FOR MORE  INFO.

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Fermi Contractor Lodging Rates - New Rooms
« Reply #85 on: Mar 01, 2017, 04:48 »
Traveling Construction Crews - Low Rates - Newly Renovated!

Red Roof Inn Taylor, MI offers a great low, long term rate for our guests that are traveling for work with Fermi NPP shutdown.

Click the link below or copy and paste into your browser to book $45.99 per night
https://www.redroof.com/partners/fermi_contractors/
Utilities, Housekeeping and Wifi included!
Premium cable channels, pets stay free policy and new rooms!
Lots of nearby restaurants and easy freeway access!

Contact mdylewski@redroof.com with any questions.

Red Roof Inn Taylor
21230 Eureka Road
Taylor, MI 48180
https://www.redroof.com/property/Taylor/MI/48180/Hotels-close-to-Detroit-Metro-Airport-Wayne-County-Community-College-I-75/RRI189/



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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #86 on: Aug 11, 2017, 09:15 »



Lake Erie PRIVATE Beach Cottage Near Fermi
2350
ft2 on three levels
8 Beds
2 Full Baths
Available October 1, 2017
Road Techs, looking to live right on the water, a stone's throw from Fermi this Fall? Location! Location! Location!

This charming & relaxing, beautiful-yet-affordable, fully-furnished, PRIVATE beach cottage will give you what you want & much more! In fact, this PREMIUM location is the best of Pure Michigan and is perfect to share with your family or small groups of co-workers with Fermi II practically a stone's throw away. So, do a little planning and get your group of co-workers together for a great travel experience...a group of 5 stays for $35/person/night!

You can enjoy being located in a secluded area on the shore of majestic Lake Erie with Fermi as a nearby neighbor. A wide, sandy beach lies right in front of your deck, calling you for a year-round leisurely stroll. At an impressive 2350 ft2, your home on three floors is spacious enough for privacy with multiple guests (total of 8 beds.) Costing FAR LESS than a couple hotel rooms having a small fraction of the space found here, this beachfront destination allows for privacy AND togetherness all under one roof. We have a washer and dryer on the main floor for your use. You'll save a fortune by not eating out at every meal and do your own cooking in our fully equipped kitchen. Our beds are decked out in softness & comfort with plenty of pillows & memory foam for many comfortable nights' sleep. And there are stunning water views of Lake Erie or our canal from every window & deck for the ultimate lake experience!

Additionally, there’s a dining room, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace & lakeview windows throughout, television, a blue-ray dvd player, a large selection of dvds of children’s & adult DVDs from our personal library & leather furniture to snuggle up in & relax. The kitchen's on the main floor, all just steps from the beach. Within this space, there is a washer and dryer for your use. The kitchen is FULLY EQUIPPED with a refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, trash compactor, dishwasher, toaster, cookware, bakeware, deep fryer, both Keurig & regular coffee makers, & an espresso machine. (A convenience store is 1 block away & a full-size grocery store is 3 ½ miles away.) Just outside, the deck has 2 dining areas, ample comfortable sitting, a grills so bring some steaks, your appetite and cook out! After a successful day of fishing, we have a fish-cleaning station just off the deck to make clean up easy. We also offer use of 2 kayaks & life jackets, cable  & high-speed internet access/wi-fi IS INCLUDED for your use while staying at Asher Beach. Just in case you have poor cell phone reception or want to avoid roaming on Canadian towers across the water, we do offer a land line for your use as well. Enjoy our "man cave" with a 2nd wood-burning fireplace. We have a good supply of board games, a dartboard, Foosball & an air hockey table for some friendly competition.

Massive windows throughout the cottage frame expansive views of the surrounding ever-changing lake scenery. ALL our beds are dressed for maximum comfort. The master bedroom has a queen bed, deep memory foam mattress, a charming bay window with a gorgeous lake-view & private en suite master bath with walk-in shower. The second bedroom is a walk-thru & has a full-size bed with memory foam top mattress. A shared bath with tub/shower combination is on the main floor. The third floor is bunk-style, with 3 sleeping areas and 6 beds. Sharing this home with co-workers working opposite shifts is not a problem with so many sleep options!

This quiet, close-knit, safe community is the perfect place to relax, boasting private beaches and owner-occupied homes...loud parties, public intoxication and street parking are simply NOT welcomed OR permitted here. If this sounds like a good fit, then we are happy to answer questions via email. We offer a solid, quality home that WON'T disappoint!Pictures available at: https://www.vrbo.com/752048. Contact us directly to avoid VRBO fees...payments accepted securely through PayPal.

RENT: High Season, we offer weekly rental but Low Season is reserved for travelers staying 1 month or longer.....Will be available AFTER OCT 1st for $169/night, up to 4 guests (DISCOUNTED from our Standard rate of $269/night); the 5th through 6th guests pay an additional $9/night/guest. We only rent to registered guests; all individuals must be listed on a completed rental agreement; no sublets; 30-night minimum stay. Cleaning fee & Refundable Security Deposit additional.

Rental Details:
For the comfort of all our guests, this is a NON-SMOKING, PET-FREE home...NO exceptions.

We will accommodate guests staying 30 days, renting by the month. While our cottage can sleep 12 for vacationers, for longer-term stays, a maximum of 6 adults is most comfortable for travelers, especially when some are doing shift work, and this number or fewer seems to work best.


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https://www.vrbo.com/752048

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #87 on: Sep 23, 2017, 11:46 »
LODGING AVAILABLE in Temperance, Mi (not far from Fermi). I have two fully furnished bedrooms available in my 2000 sq ft home. 2 bathrooms, large kitchen, dining room, family room, laundry room and exercise room. Deck off the back. $575/mo includes all utilities, cable and internet. Quiet, safe neighborhood located close to food and entertainment. Call or text for more information. Thanks! 567-686-2826

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Re: Fermi National Lab Lodging
« Reply #88 on: Jan 03, 2019, 12:36 »
Red Roof is offering Discounted Hotel Rates. 

$59.99 per room, per night, plus tax at Red Roof Taylor located at 21230 Eureka Rd, Taylor, MI 48180 or a 15% Nationwide Discount off BAR (Best Available Rate) using Discount Code #622122 or just click on this link https://www.redroof.com/deals/partner/fermi_contractors
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #89 on: Sep 24, 2019, 09:07 »
LAKEFRONT HOUSE RENTAL

 Less than 6 miles from Fermi II plant.  Beautiful Lakefront House rental on Lake Erie.  Fully furnished house with 6 beds and 3 baths.  $170 a nite.  Available mid December 2019. Includes TV ,WIFI, Cable, washer & dryer, kitchen with dishwasher, stove, fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee makers, and cookware.
For more information email——  manzagol@gmail.com

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #90 on: Nov 01, 2019, 04:24 »
Fully furnished 2 Bedroom Apartment Unit. Located off a major road within walking distance of Historical Downtown Monroe, MI and only 15 minutes from Fermi Nuke Plant plus all major freeways to Toledo, Detroit & Ann Arbor. Has a private entrance and parking, Victorian Home-like atmosphere with lots of character, very clean and quiet, has a three season bonus room with view of the Raisin River.  Only $20 a day! $600 a month. Call 734-241-4158 for details.

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Fermi 2 (Monroe, MI) Lodging
« Reply #91 on: Dec 08, 2019, 12:57 »
Hello Everyone. I am posting to offer assistance to those that may need a hand with the Monroe Area, should the need arise for the upcoming outage/projects. I have a home that won't be available until June 6, 2020 (have guys planned stay coming Jan 6). However, I want to send out an open invitation to anyone whom may be seeking a place in the future.

Have had Fermi Pro's in the past (they are either not coming this outage or found other accommodations) and know several employees working at the facility whom can vouch for me.

My home is about 8 minutes away. Modern 1400 sqft. 3 bed 2 bath fully furnished Wifi @ 250mbsec ultimate directv a huge driveway for 4-5 cars double width in front.
Will attach pictures once I am allowed.

Hope everyone's travel plans go well. If you have questions will help if I can.

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #92 on: Jan 27, 2020, 01:14 »
Red Roof offers 20% off for all outage workers at all Red Roof and HomeTowne Studios hotels nationwide!https://www.redroof.com/deals/partner/bhi_energyClick the link or call the hotel and give VP+ #621355 when making your reservations.
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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #93 on: Jan 27, 2020, 11:27 »
Furnished Rooms Available  :)

4 bed 2.5 bath with Finished Basement in 2300 sq ft Newer Home
Located on Quiet Private Wooded Drive

Only 3 Miles From Fermi 2 Plant
Only Quarter mile from 75 and 275 expressways

Use of the Entire Home including Kitchen/Laundry
Exercise Equipment including Total Gym, Treadmill, Mini Trampoline and  Hand weights in Basement

Private Bed  (Full/ Queen/King Beds Available)
Shared Bath 

200. Week
200. Security deposit
 


Pics Available upon request


Please Text if interested 734-250-4986

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Re: Fermi NPP Lodging
« Reply #94 on: May 11, 2020, 07:53 »
Beginning June 15, 2020! Lodging available: Fully furnished house! 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 sets of washers & dryers, 2 car attached garage, large fenced-in backyard, small patio. 1 mile off of I-75 exit N. Dixie in Monroe. $1150/month for single or $1,800 for 2 renters. A loved home that is occasionally used by owners when not rented. 1,200 square feet. No pets or smoking allowed. Unfinished basement. Great location! Security deposit required. 586.321.2377 or email kmiklusak@comcast.net for more information. Happy to send pictures! Thank you for looking. :)
I love Monroe!

 


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