A state board involved in Detroit’s financial reorganization has scheduled a meeting Tuesday to consider city leaders’ proposal for a $120 million loan.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr were the headliners of a public forum in New York City Monday, speaking on the topic of Detroit’s financial future.
Teachers and parents are fighting to do right by the children, and many believe Detroit is finally on the rise after hitting bottom.
Creditors have until June 30 to vote on the plan, which — according to some — pits retirees against each other.
Kevyn Orr says he’s looking for buyers.
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.