State of the City
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.
“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?”
Mayor Mike Duggan’s State of the City address will be held in the Redford Theatre in northwest Detroit.
An optimistic Mike Duggan made his first State of the City address as mayor of bankrupt Detroit.
In his State of the City address last week, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing announced a donation by custom software developer GalaxE.Solutions that will provide new technology for 14 Detroit police community centers, located in neighborhoods throughout the city, by the end of 2013.
In his 4th State of the City address, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said Wednesday night that despite the city’s money problems, progress is being made.
Live coverage tonight as Detroit Mayor Dave Bing delivers his annual State of the City address.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing has indicated he could ask the state of Michigan for a short-term loan of up to $150 million to deal with the city’s fiscal crisis and avoid a state-appointed emergency manager.
Several city leaders and community members are reacting to what Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said during his third State of the City address Wednesday night.
“I’m a believer and I know we deserve nothing but the best,” said Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, delivering his 3rd State of the City address Wednesday evening.