State Treasurer Andy Dillon says he believes appointing an emergency manager is the only way to get Detroit residents the services they need.
The ex-wife of the Michigan state treasurer says a reporter at The Detroit News threatened to kill her with a baseball bat if she declined his friendship and complained about him to authorities.
The board endorsed state Treasurer Andy Dillon’s move to begin a 30-day review of the need for an emergency financial manager.
Detroit’s budget deficit exceeds $200 million and Michigan treasurer Andy Dillion says the city’s finances are eroding quicker than expected.
Leaders of the Detroit Police Officers Association met with state and city officials Friday over recent wage and benefits cuts.
Michigan State Treasurer Andy Dillon is threatening to withhold a $28 million state revenue sharing payment to Detroit unless the city’s top attorney renounces her challenge to the consent agreement.
An emergency manager would have the power to dismiss the mayor and City Council and redo union contracts.
An Ingham County judge has issued an injunction to keep the state from moving forward on the consent agreement for Detroit until a hearing next Thursday.
As directed by the court, Governor Rick Snyder’s Detroit Financial Review Team conducted a meeting open to the public.
Job growth in Michigan is expected to continue, but slowly, compared to 2011.