Michigan lawmakers are taking significant steps toward passing the next state budget, expected to total about $48 billion.
A group of Detroit Firefighters are thanking the community Sunday morning, after making an urgent plea for latex gloves over the weekend.
Bing presented the city’s 2013-14 budget to the City Council, a plan that includes a $4 million reduction for that nine-member body.
Gov. Rick Snyder is calling for additional state funding to put more Michigan State Police troopers on the streets.
The following was provided by the governor’s office:
Michigan officials have an idea of how much money is available for the next state budget.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill face a Monday night deadline to reach a budget agreement before steep tax increases and spending cuts begin to take effect Jan. 1.
State legislators met with school officials in Lansing to discuss budget issues and divert the idea of emergency financial managers.
Budget problems forced the city of Highland Park to lose two-thirds of its street lights but some people refuse to be left in the dark.
“I think they’re looking to have a form of government that, I guess, mirrors that in Wayne County and that is not what we’re accepting here in Macomb County,” Executive Mark Hackel said.