emergency financial manager
City Council members say they’re frustrated with the slow pace of Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to stave off an Emergency Manager.
Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh says they’ve prepared short term and long term recommendations in the face of financial crisis.
Detroit leaders may be running out of time if they want to avoid a State preliminary review of the city’s finances.
The Detroit City Council met Monday to discuss ways to avoid an emergency financial manager. That’s in the wake of Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to lay off 1,000 employees.
Avoiding an Emergency Manager is high on Detroit Mayor Dave Bing’s list of priorities. But what is Governor Rick Snyder saying about that?
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson says he thinks Bing is doing a credible job, but Patterson says he still thinks the city needs an emergency financial manager, saying the mayor can’t solve this crisis alone.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing is expected to spell out just how bad the city’s financial condition really is as part of a speech Wednesday night that you’ll hear on WWJ Newsradio 950.
The city of Pontiac bringing in extra help from Oakland County and the Secretary of State’s office on this Election Day — over staffing concerns.
As Detroit’s mayor warns an emergency manager may be needed, council members say Bing should have accepted the deeper cuts to the budget that they proposed last spring.
Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh says the city doesn’t need a financial manager from Lansing – it needs someone at City Hall to take charge.