Dozens of people will have five minutes each to object to Detroit’s plan to get out of bankruptcy.
“This judge wants everybody in Detroit that has an objection to the city’s plan to get out of bankruptcy come to court and prove the case,” WWJ’s Charlie Langton said.
Judge Nancy Edmunds ordered Derrick Miller to pay $200 a month until he’s paid back $240,000 dollars.
Ficano went so far as to say city officials should decline the raise. “The answer should be not just ‘no,’ the answer should be ‘hell, no,” Ficano said.
Many other Detroit unions have reached contract deals. Talks are ongoing with firefighters.
The most anticipated vote in Detroit this summer isn’t for a city office.
Detroit’s largest union says its members have ratified tentative agreements reached during the city’s bankruptcy case.
The governor, in Detroit Friday, has signed legislation committing $195 million to help push the city through bankruptcy and protect pensions.
The new fines and fees for parking violations in the city of Detroit have some drivers seeing red …
Detroit has announced settlements with its largest union and a group of unsecured bondholders — AFSCME Council 25.