The Warren police and fire departments are now awaiting the results of a vote on a public safety millage that, if approved, would save dozens of police and fire jobs.
Voters across Metro Detroit are heading to the polls Tuesday to voice their choice in Michigan’s primary elections.
Michigan voters will choose a Republican to take on Democratic U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow and could change history by dropping one or both of the state’s two black congressmen in Tuesday’s primary election.
Voters in Michigan will head to the ballot booth Tuesday to decide some races and millage proposals while paring down candidates in other political races.
Beal did not call back, and the DIA and the radio station were hit with calls asking why the British Beal hung up instead of answering the question. Beal’s answer? He didn’t.
Detroit City Council has decided to set up special session, sometime in the next two weeks, to decide on whether to put a police millage proposal before voters this November.
Are Detroiters willing to pay more for additional police protection?
A majority of City Council members appear to be ready to reject the Board of Police Commission’s request to put a 9-mill tax increase before the voters.
Local issues brought voters to the booth in many communities around Michigan on Tuesday.
City Manager Mark Pollack says they’ve already done all they can to make up for declining property values, including 10-percent wage cuts from every city employee.