Pancakes & Politics
What’s the number one issue facing Detroit right now? Mayor Dave Bing says that, next to the city’s financial crisis, it’s clearly crime.
What’s ahead for Detroit, Grand Rapids, Pontiac and other urban cities in Michigan? Find out on a special “Michigan Matters: Pancakes and Politics.”
It will be talk of urban cities as economic catalysts as well as what the east side and west side of the state can learn from each other that will dominate the next “Pancakes and Politics” this Thursday at the Detroit Athletic Club.
This week Michigan Matters features highlights of the Michigan Chronicle’s Speakers Forum held on March 12, 2012.
State officials are expected to present Detroit City Council members with details of a proposed consent agreement regarding city finances.
We’re looking for some good questions! If yours is chosen, your name will be announced as it is posed to the governor. Submit it in comments below.
The event will be part of a future episode of “Michigan Matters” set to air on Sunday, March 18 on WWJ-TV/CBS Detroit.
This week Michigan Matters features highlights from the June 23rd Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” speakers forum featuring Roy S. Roberts.
“Michigan Matters” host Carol Cain moderated the Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics event where Emergency Financial Manager Roy Roberts talked about DPS.
A harsh assessment from the Detroit Public School Emergency Financial Manager Roy Roberts to the crowd gathered for Pancakes and Politics Thursday morning, who said the DPS financial system is broken.