Community activist Robert Davis believes the appointment of an emergency financial manager for Detroit would be illegal and Monday he plans on asking the Detroit City Council to review his finding and examine the possibility of a lawsuit.
A union activist and Highland Park school board member has filed a lawsuit against right-to-work legislation, claiming violation of the Open Meetings Act.
Through the charity, the feds claim, Davis spent thousands at a host of stores, and on satellite TV, travel and utility bills.
The Highland Park school board member who’s been battling Michigan’s emergency manager law has been charged with embezzling from the financially struggling district.
Highland Park School Board member Robert Davis was indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges of federal program theft, United States Attorney Barbara McQuade announced Thursday.
A hearing on whether a temporary restraining order should be issued regarding the Highland Park and City of Detroit Review Teams has been set for 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Ingham County Circuit Court
In State of the State speech, Governor Rick Snyder skirts the issue of an emergency manager possibly stepping in to take over Detroit.
Witnesses are calling it a raid, but former Highland Park School Board member Robert Davis says it was a just a visit from the FBI.
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