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.
The ACLU is seeking a preliminary injunction to stop the banning of petitions and marches at Campus Martius …
Held before a sold out audience of over 800 politicos and business leaders, the DEC event – held along with co-sponsors Detroit Auto Dealers Association and CBS 62 – saw the maiden appearance of Wayne County Executive Warren Evans.
There was a definite sense of excitement from politicians before the annual charity event, including from Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel.
Mayor Mike Duggan’s State of the City address will be held in the Redford Theatre in northwest Detroit.
Mayor Mike Duggan said Thursday that the city would have to move the campers from the park near downtown to a shelter where they can stay warm.
“One way or another we’re gonna move folks into the shelters pretty soon.”