She writes if any part of her money was cut she “might as well dig a hole in my back yard to lay us both to rest because I surely cannot or will not be able to pay for a funeral.”
The city of Detroit has reached yet another tentative agreement to settle a pension debt with lenders.
An optimistic Mike Duggan made his first State of the City address as mayor of bankrupt Detroit.
A judge has set a June 16 trial on Detroit’s plan to emerge from bankruptcy.
Coleman says when some of the criminals saw them take a pay cut they were in shock.
A judge said he will decide in two to three weeks whether bond insurers’ claims that the millions of dollars they are owed by Detroit should be considered secured debt during the city’s bankruptcy.
AFSCME Council 25 is reacting to the release of Kevyn Orr’s plan to dig Detroit out of debt.
Detroit’s emergency manager has officially filed a plan to restructure the city’s $18 billion debt.
This appeal was filed by retirees who claim the city didn’t negotiate in good faith.
Kevyn Orr’s long-awaited plan of adjustment will spell out how pensioners, retirees, banks, bond insurers and other creditors will be treated