Gov. Rick Snyder is returning to Canada to discuss the plans for a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, nearly six months after signing a deal to build the Canadian-financed span and three weeks after getting a vote of confidence from Michigan residents.
Did you think the public or private second bridge to Canada debate was over when the Matty Moroun-sponsored ballot issue went down in flames on Election Day? Not so fast.
Six contentious ballot proposals are before Michigan voters on Nov. 6, including several well-funded measures backed by special interest groups and five that would require amending the Michigan Constitution.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture is suing the Ambassador Bridge duty-free company, claiming it’s selling mislabeled gasoline.
Thousands of people hit the streets of Detroit and cruised along international waters as part of the Detroit Free Press marathon Sunday.
Proposal 6 would change the state constitution to require approval by a majority of Michigan voters on any new international commuter bridges or tunnels before the state can spend money on the projects.
It’s been months in the making, but another part of the Gateway Project in southwest Detroit has been completed.
Governor Rick Snyder said he expects to get a presidential permit to build a second bridge from Detroit to Windsor by the end of the year.
Detroit police say they received another fake threat of a bomb on the Ambassador Bridge, but this time authorities kept the busy international crossing open while they investigated the call.
Things are back to normal at the Ambassador Bridge Tuesday morning, after a bomb threat shut down the international crossing for several hours Monday night.