Supporters of residency requirements say officers who live outside of Detroit are more likely to further erode trust between the black community and police.
Stevie Wonder delivered a message of tolerance and peace in Detroit during the unveiling of a road named after the Motown Legend on Wednesday afternoon.
More serious questions have been raised about the integrity of the presidential election in Detroit.
Mayor Duggan’s plans to give tax incentives to the billionaire Pistons owner are far from a slam dunk.
Janice Winfrey disgraced the Americans who fought and died for the right to vote.
Election officials said broken optical scanners and other problems with ballots have disqualified many Detroit votes from being recounted – a major victory for Trump.
Tom Gores also is demanding that he not pay property taxes for the Pistons’ new practice facility, which would rob the city and schools of up about $450,000 a year.
Suggesting the move is a slam dunk is untrue and disrespectful to the democratic process.
Mayor Duggan showed no respect for Detroit taxpayers by announcing the Pistons deal before gathering input during mandatory public hearings to see if residents want to spend the money.
The city temporarily halted demolition after preservationists and others called for the building to be saved.