Kevyn Orr says he’s looking for buyers.
A judge said he will decide in two to three weeks whether bond insurers’ claims that the millions of dollars they are owed by Detroit should be considered secured debt during the city’s bankruptcy.
AFSCME Council 25 is reacting to the release of Kevyn Orr’s plan to dig Detroit out of debt.
Detroit’s emergency manager has officially filed a plan to restructure the city’s $18 billion debt.
Kevyn Orr’s long-awaited plan of adjustment will spell out how pensioners, retirees, banks, bond insurers and other creditors will be treated
The plan has been touted as the blueprint for Detroit’s future and key in the city’s sojourn through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
“Our focus has been to help Detroit regain a strong economic footing,” said Kevyn Orr.
Orr had promised a plan by January, but negotiations between Detroit and creditors have changed the timetable.
Detroit’s state-appointed emergency financial manager says he has approved a salary of $159,000 for new Mayor Mike Duggan.
Detroit is steering thousands of city workers into 401(k)-style retirement accounts and freezing their accrued pension benefits.