Emergency manager Kevyn Orr has formally filed his first report on Detroit’s finances with the state Treasurer’s office.
Detroit is broke.That’s the gist of a new report from the city’s emergency manager, Kevyn Orr.
As Detroit’s emergency manager prepares a report on the city’s bleak finances, another local mayor is speaking out against the concept of emergency managers.
Detroit’s emergency manager says the city is bleeding much more red ink than originally thought.
May 9 is the deadline for Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr to submit his turnaround plan to the state.
With Detroit’s Emergency Manager now in place, could city leaders expect to find state management of Belle Isle back on the bargaining table?
It got loud at Detroit City Hall on Tuesday, as dozens of protesters — upset over a vote on a legal contract –shouted, chanted and sang.
Councilman Ken Cockrel is concerned about the money being spent on this by the city.
Attorney Andrew Paterson said the lawsuit became “moot” when a judge refused last month to hold a hearing before Orr’s hiring.
A community activist says council has not received written permission by Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr that would allow them to meet.
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