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.
A 10-member team appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder is trying to determine if a financial emergency exists in Detroit, a key step toward possible appointment of an emergency.
WWJ Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick says there is optimism among the group that the city won’t need an emergency manager.
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Speaking live on WWJ, State Treasurer Andy Dillon said he expects a decision on whether there is financial stress in the city before the 30-day period ends next month.
It’s official. State Treasurer Andy Dillon Friday announced that the Department of Treasury will begin a preliminary review of the city of Detroit’s finances.
As Detroit struggles to balance the budget and erase a deficit, will the state have to appoint an Emergency Financial Manager? Andy Dillon doesn’t think so.
State Treasurer Andy Dillon gave the final go-ahead to Pontiac’s emergency financial manager to transfer their jobs to the Oakland County Sheriff’s office.
State Treasurer Andy Dillon says an extra 10-million dollars in revenue-sharing money could be headed Detroit’s way.
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