Tuesday’s deadline for thousands of Wayne County residents facing foreclosure has now been extended.
Wayne County is exploring a sale of the Guardian Building, a downtown Detroit landmark that was acquired for county government in 2008.
Senior Day will feature live music, tram tours, bingo, a senior resource area and zookeeper talks highlighting some of the zoo’s senior animal residents.
Wayne County Executive Warren Evans is calling for a five percent pay cut for most workers and expects organizational restructuring that will result in job cuts.
With hundreds of discontented Detroiters squeezed into a small space, the deadline has a lot of people scrambling…and complaining.
Evans said the move won’t do much to dent the county’s deficit, but a freeze is needed as a long-term plan is developed.
Officials are giving jury dodgers in Wayne County one last chance to ask for forgiveness before they’re forced to pay the price for avoiding their civic duties.
The DIA is encouraging residents in Macomb, Wayne and Oakland counties to check out the museum as part of their free “county days” initiative.
Evans’ predecessor, Robert Ficano, reported the county’s accumulated deficit was about $60 million. Evans says it’s nearly $70 million.
Middlebelt Hill in Westland and Beverly Hills Village Park in Franklin are a couple of the many great places to take the family for a day of sledding in Detroit. Get ready for some good old fashioned Michigan fun with our favorite sledding hills.