Grosse Pointe Park is moving the controversial sheds that have blocked off a main road at the border of Detroit all summer despite vocal opposition.
Grosse Pointe Park officials are refusing to explain why they have not lived up to their end of a deal with Mayor Mike Duggan to avoid legal action.
An interactive map by Loveland Technologies shows every parcel with findings from the survey.
A crippling wave of tax foreclosures is about to bore down on Detroit.
Michele Oberholtzer was surveying tax-foreclosed properties in Detroit when she was shocked by the number of homes still occupied by families with children.
One of every five Detroit properties in Detroit are in the process of foreclosure under an unprecedented effort by Wayne County to take possession of every property that is three or more years behind in taxes.
The damage occurred after Grosse Pointe Park officials acknowledged at a public meeting recently that they may back out of an agreement with Mayor Mike Duggan to remove the sheds.
The Detroit Medical Society claimed it had no idea the house was up for foreclosure and said members invested more than $400,000 into the building.
The beautiful Romanesque Revival home is just three blocks east of the Detroit Institute of Arts.
On Thursday, bidding began on most of the more than 20,000 Detroit properties that ended up in the Wayne County Tax Auction this year because of delinquent taxes.