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image by Eugene Ipavec, 29 September 2009
The flag is a horizontal tribar of blue/white/blue with two blue five-pointed stars on the white stripe on either side of a blue circle bordered in white. In the white border are the words REDFORD TOWNSHIP MICHIGAN in blue. In the center
of the blue circle is a white map of the southeastern portion of the state of Michigan.
Source: Truman G. Pope
Mason Kaye, 3 July 2004
The flag of the Charter Township of Redford, Michigan, consists of three horizontal stripes blue-white-blue, with blue stripes wider than the white. In the center of the white stripe is positioned the township seal, overlapping the blue stripes, and two blue stars are positioned on the each side of the seal on the white stripe, making total of four stars. Large photo of the flag was sent to me by Betsy McRae, CMC, Deputy Clerk, Charter Township of Redford.
About the township:
"Redford Township is a charter township in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 51,622 at the 2000 census."
Official township website: www.redfordtwp.com.
Valentin Poposki, 8 August 2009