If the EM, who is black, was offended, he didn’t say so. Instead, he applauded Bonsall for his work.
Today is the council’s deadline to offer an alternative, which must save the city at least $4 million a year in maintenance costs.
New CFO Jim Bonsall is accused of saying he wanted to “shoot someone in a hoodie.”
The lease calls for the creation of a seven-member advisory committee that will oversee improvements and master planning.
The secrecy raises more questions about the transparency of the EM and the state, which are handling billions of dollars and city treasures without as much as a public meeting.
Who’s checking the bills for excessive fees? A professional fee examiner, who’s making $600 an hour.
Conspiracy theories about Detroit’s emergency manager continue to circulate, but they’re rarely true.
Failures in the Fire Department are prompting calls for Fire Commissioner Don Austin to retire.
The Democrat is accused of assaulting his wife in a furious effort to hide racially charged text messages.