After garnering only about six percent of the vote in the primary election, Wayne County executive Bob Ficano conceded to his likely successor.
In less than two years, nearly 70 homes have been fixed up, with dozens of new long-term jobs created with the help of the Wayne County EDGE.
Roads in several Wayne County communities that are in bad shape could get the repairs they desperately need.
Evans said that if he became Wayne County Executive, his first action would be to hire the best and brightest on his staff.
Wayne County could face the prospect of a state-appointed emergency manager.
Political consultant Steve Hood says no. “…People in the player community wouldn’t say that was a mistake; she was beautiful…”
Bill Ballenger, of Inside Michigan Politics, says Ficano could still win with a crowded field in the democratic primary.
The newly formed Detroit Wayne County Mental Health Authority will hold six community forums starting this Thursday where leaders will discuss the rebidding process of $700 million in contracts.
Ficano pointed to the recently-renovated Cobo Center as one example of his efforts to spur economic growth in the region.
Though Robert Ficano hasn’t yet announced his intentions on whether he’ll run again for the Wayne County Executive job he has held since 2002, two well known Democrats aren’t waiting as they throw their hats into the ring to try and take the position from him.