Praise is pouring in for shopping center billionaire A. Alfred Taubman, who died Friday at age 91 at his Bloomfield Hills home.
The program combines a zero down, low-interest fixed rate mortgage.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says he’ll release details Tuesday of a $50 million plan to redevelop a recreation center where heavyweight champion Joe Louis once trained.
Residents in the area of Van Dyke and Outer Dr. are boarding up several abandoned houses on three blocks starting Friday.
The body cameras are part of a 90-day pilot program for DPD.
New laws signed by Gov. Rick Snyder in December cut interest rates from 18 percent to 6 percent for homeowners behind on their taxes, reduced down payments to get into plans and put a cap on overall past due taxes.
I was half listening to the recent Detroit State of the City speech droning from another room when something struck me. The mayor’s voice sounds very familiar.
Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday that city will launch a new interactive app within the month to connect residents with city departments.
“As we’ve got people moving into vacant houses and fixing them up, what about the person across the street whose house is starting to get run down?”
Previous mayors have used the occasion to tout their accomplishments and unveil plans for the current year.