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.
Of the $26 million, $10 million will come from Ford Motor Co., $6 million from Chrysler Group LLC, $5 million from General Motors Co. and $5 million from the General Motors Foundation.
Some creditors want Detroit to sell the art to help settle the city’s debt.
The lawsuit alleges that Pugh, who ran a leadership class through the academy, aggressively pursued a sexual relationship with the student.
Senator Coleman Young is one of two lawmakers who voted against the package.
Michigan’s Senate has approved spending $195 million to help shore up Detroit’s pension funds, a key legislative step in a deal designed to end the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history.
A committee in the Michigan Senate is poised to vote on legislation to provide $195 million in state money to help bankrupt Detroit’s retirees and city workers.