City and federal officials are making good on promises to raze the Brewster projects.
“As the abandoned properties come down, property values will go up, and crime will go down,” the governor said.
A decision on how much money each city will get is expected next week.
Developers have set their sights on a deteriorating former Detroit car plant that’s become better known for malicious destruction and urban decay.
Jim Fouts says weeds are growing as high as 6 feet along the I-696 service drive.
AAA Michigan executives and employees spent the day out of the office, Thursday, working instead to clean up a westside Detroit neighborhood.
An unofficial shrine to Malice Green that stood in Detroit for 20 years has been reduced to rubble.
The star of the highest rated HGTV show is taking her series to her hometown — all to tackle blight and restore homes in Downtown Detroit.
The pilot program to address blight was approved Thursday by the U.S. Treasury Department, according to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Owners of blighted and neglected property who don’t pay their fines in Michigan would face tougher penalties — including potential jail time — under legislation overwhelmingly approved by the state Senate earlier this week.