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City Of Lincoln Park Could Be Next In Line For Emergency Manager Another Wayne County community may be next in line to get an emergency manager.
Public Hearing Brings Overflow Crowd To Address City's Financial Woes"It would take 68 years to pay off the debt assuming you incur no further debt - that's not feasible," said Orr during the evening meeting.
Detroit EM Says He Favors Leasing Belle Isle To StateKevyn Orr made the comment at a public meeting to discuss his plans for staving off bankruptcy and reducing $15 billion in unfunded municipal obligations.
Bing Talks Of Promise, Challenges For Detroit In State Of City AddressIn his 4th State of the City address, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said Wednesday night that despite the city's money problems, progress is being made.
Governor Appoints Financial Review Team To Examine Detroit Finances The appointment comes after a preliminary review, which concluded last week, found that a “serious financial problem” currently exists in Detroit as a result of several issues.
Judge Won't Stop 12-Hour Shifts, Pay Cut For Detroit Cops A Wayne County judge will not be stepping in to stop a pay cut for Detroit police officers.
Mayor Bing Addresses MAB And City's Lighting ProblemsDetroit mayor Dave Bing spoke on Monday about his vision for the city of Detroit with safer streets and better lighting.
Majority Of Council Wants City To Maintain Control Of Belle IsleA majority of Detroit City Council members have voted to send a resolution to the mayor strongly urging him to maintain the city's control over Belle Isle.
Balanced Budget For Troy Comes At A Cost And A Dip Into Rainy Day FundThe budget eliminates 33 jobs and is the result of a 10 year plan to reduce the work force and to make fundamental changes to the organizational structure of the city.
Virtual Police Precincts Become Reality In A WeekPolice are encouraging citizens to use the Telephone Crime Reporting Unit at home or in the precinct between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. for non-life threatening crimes.
Judicial Performance Report Due Wednesday From Lansing The possible elimination of judgeships throughout the state's trial courts will be the focus of a report to be released Wednesday morning from the Michigan Supreme Court.
Cockrel On Budget: "I Don't Trust The Mayor's Math"Now that Mayor Bing has removed some controversial members of his administration it's back to trying to solve the city's budget woes.