WWJ spoke live with Mark Hackel. one of many local leaders attending the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.
Mark Hackel has made it official announcing he will run for a second term as Macomb County executive.
Hackel says he thinks many lawmakers are not moving forward on a funding solution out of fear of not getting re-elected.
With road crews struggling to keep up with the cracks and crevices on area streets, Warren’s mayor proposes a unique agreement: Let our city patch county pavement.
A motorist hit a pothole and damaged the tire enough that it needed to be replaced, just minutes before a press conference to address the problem.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel is saying “not so fast” to a plan that would have Oakland and Macomb County buying into a regional water board.
Quite a battle is brewing over potholes and 911.
Mark Hackel says local governments are warming up to the idea of sharing resources.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain travels to the beautifully-renovated Cobo Ballroom during the 2014 North American International Auto Show to emcee the Detroit Economic Club/Detroit Auto Dealers Association luncheon.
Though Robert Ficano hasn’t yet announced his intentions on whether he’ll run again for the Wayne County Executive job he has held since 2002, two well known Democrats aren’t waiting as they throw their hats into the ring to try and take the position from him.