After spending what will be four years in government, Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh said he’ll be leaving politics and returning to a career in television news.
A local politician is giving up food for a day as part of an effort to bring attention to discrimination against gays in Michigan.
Detroit City Council votes against a proposal by the mayor involving city employees.
Pugh’s public relations staffer said she had nothing to say about the incident, and Pugh himself did not respond.
After an hour-long discussion between Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and City Council, still no decision has been made regarding a controversial lawsuit against the state.
Executive Fire Commissioner Donald Austin is coming up with proposals to cut cost now that he is faced with $23 million budget cut.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s staff recommended a salary cap of up to $380,000, including benefits, for Detroit’s new Chief Financial Officer.
In addition to reviewing the budget council must also decided who will fill council’s two seats on the financial review team under the consent agreement with the state.
Detroit City Council president Charles Pugh thinks it might be time for city and state leaders to have a face-to-face talk, after a new deal by the state calls for the city to renegotiate recently ratified union contracts.
Let us know: With those guns, is Charles Pugh better armed for financial battle — or is he wasting time on self-promotion when he should be focused on the city?