State employee who was charged in Flint water crisis gets cushy job; Brandon Dillon won’t seek re-election as the Michigan Democratic Party chairman; and an anti-Semite who threatened local journalists was placed on house arrest.
These are Monday’s top stories: Another wave of gentrification to slam Detroit Another wave of gentrification could displace lower-income Detroiters from as many as 10,000 affordable housing units, predominately in downtown, Midtown and Corktown. The properties are set to soon lose low-income housing tax credits in the next five years, The Detroit News reports. University […]
Republicans want to prevent people from growing marijuana at home; Police Chief Craig lies again about police response times; and a developer wants to demolish a downtown building to make way for a parking lot.
Suit alleges overtime scam among Detroit police supervisors; council President Brenda Jones headed into unchartered territory; Royal Oak police sued for shooting young man in the back; and a former apartment manager bribed the poor.