Detroit Public Lighting
The weather was causing some problems for utility companies and police on Friday.
A lot of fanfare and a little protest in Detroit as Gov. Rick Snyder signed several bills that he says will help the city.
Let there be light! The Michigan Senate approved legislation Tuesday that brings the creation of a public lighting authority for Detroit one step closer to reality.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing went before Detroit City Council on Monday, for the first time in months.
State senators have failed to act on three bills Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says are critical to his plan to update the city’s aging street lighting system.
Mayor Dave Bing has announced a plan aimed at lighting some of Detroit’s most darkened streets and freeways.
With an estimated 60 percent of street lights out in the Detroit a Michigan lawmaker says she has a possible solution to the city’s chronic public lighting problem.
Detroit City Council will meet privately with Mayor Dave Bing on Wednesday to discuss several issues, including city finances.
Some members of Detroit City Council are calling for an independent study of the lighting department after numerous complaints of dangerously dark streets.
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