The out-of-state law firm that guided Detroit through bankruptcy is opening an office in the city.
The total was the maximum amount outlined in the state-appointed emergency manager’s contract.
Some officials say they’re overworked and underpaid — and have been for quite some time.
When Early’s 18-month tenure has expired DPS should be poised to return to local control.
Detroit Water Board members got an earful from the public over proposed rate increases.
The city’s successful exit from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history doesn’t mean Detroit’s troubles are over, Kevyn Orr says.
The Detroit Institute of Art has reached its goal of raising $100 million over 20 years to help fund the city’s bankruptcy restructuring plan.
The bill for lawyers, consultants and other professionals in Detroit’s historic bankruptcy is $170 million.
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Gov. Rick Snyder reminds low-income Detroit pensioners that they have until the end of the year to apply for special assistance.