Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr will not make changes to city employee retiree benefits as planned January first.
Detroit’s bankruptcy trial is entering its eighth day with the return of former Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon to the witness chair.
Andy Dillon, who resigned his position last week, was called as a trial witness by unions opposed to Detroit’s Chapter 9 filing.
Unions and pension funds are asking Rhodes to throw out Detroit’s Chapter 9 filing or at least protect the pensions of city retirees.
With the debates now over – what will the final hours of this historic Detroit Mayoral election between Mike Duggan and Benny Napoleon bring? And why are Governor Rick Snyder and EM Kevyn Orr paying […]
“Orr is under cross-examination by union attorneys. He’s coming under fire for supporting cuts in retirees’ pensions …”
Detroit’s Emergency Manager and police chief both testified Friday about the city’s high crime, blight and the deplorable conditions.
State-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr has named a former Detroit-area restructuring executive as his deputy.
“This entire process is illegal and it should be thrown out by Judge Rhodes.” said one protester.
A company that wants to put vacant Detroit land to agricultural use is moving forward with plans to clear blighted properties for a large-scale tree-growing project after getting the OK to use 140 acres on the city’s east side, officials announced Friday.