Detroit Officials Alarmed About Increasing Rate Of COVID-19 Cases, Urge Residents To Get VaccinatedRoughly 128,000 Detroit residents have been vaccinated, yet Detroit still lags behind other surrounding communities and the state of Michigan, according to officials.
Detroit Opens Vaccine Eligibility To All Amid Spiking CasesMayor Mike Duggan said the seven-day testing positivity rate in the state’s largest city doubled in 10 days.
Mayor Duggan: HGTV’s Curtis Was ‘Scammed’ In House DealThe star of HGTV’s “Rehab Addict Rescue” apparently was “scammed” when she bought a blighted Detroit home from someone who wasn’t the owner, the mayor said.
Mayor Duggan: City Employees To Return To Full-Time Employment Starting April 12Hundreds of city of Detroit employees on a reduced hour work-share plan for the past year to save the city money, will return to work starting April 12.
Northwest Activities Center To Become Site For Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe mayor’s vaccine expansion also includes making every Detroiter over the age of 50 eligible for the vaccine by March 22.
Residents Rate Mayor Duggan’s COVID Response On Pandemic’s AnniversaryMayor Duggan is receiving both support and criticism for his COVID-19 response.
Detroit Mayor To Deliver State Of The City Address TuesdayDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan is scheduled to deliver his 8th State of the City Address Tuesday, March 9 at 7 p.m.
Detroiters Urged To Apply For Expungement Assistance Before New Law Takes Effect April 11Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging all eligible Detroiters to begin the application process now so they have everything in order when the court considers new expungement requests in April.
Detroit Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To Residents 65 And UpDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced Thursday any Detroit resident age 65 or older can call to schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the TCF Center.
Mayor Duggan: Detroit Allotment Of Vaccines Smaller Than ExpectedThe city of Detroit has received 6,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses this week — far short of what was expected — due to shortfalls from the federal government, according to Mayor Mike Duggan.
Mayor Duggan Receives COVID-19 Vaccine, Outlines Detroit's Deployment PlanOn Tuesday, the city of Detroit held a press conference to announce the city's strategy for deploying the first round of COVID-19 vaccines for front line workers and staff and residents at nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Michigan Matters: The "Big Four" Talk Pandemic, Trump, Road AheadDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel – the region’s “Big Four” political leaders - appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (airing at its new time - 7:30 am ) to talk with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the year, pressing issues, and what’s ahead.
VIDEO: Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan Announces 2021 Re-Election CampaignMike Duggan was first elected as Detroit's mayor in 2013 and won re-election in 2017.
Mayor Duggan: 5,000 Residents A Day Could Get Vaccine In 2021Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said on a Sunday talk show that he expected 5,000 residents a day would receive vaccines once they are made widely available.
Detroit City Council Rejects Mayor's Plan For Over Assessed Home OwnersA resolution intended to compensate over-assessed home-owners was shot down by Detroit City Council.