The veteran Republican strategist has found two lucrative jobs since Detroit emerged from bankruptcy in December.
As Mayor Mike Duggan continued to cut city workers over the past year, he increased the size of his administration from 80 appointees to at least 94, with more than half making in excess of $100,000 a year.
The city is trying to determine how many people improperly lost their water this week.
Under Detroit’s emergency manager, the city shut off water to more than 18,000 residents for delinquent bills.
The guest lecturers will include Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, former Councilman Kenneth Cockerel Jr. and others.
Today, the historic building was evacuated – maybe for the last time – after water spewed from broken pipes for nearly a week, soaking most of the floors, causing ceilings to crash down and shutting down the elevator and toilets.
“We never saw a tit. Fox news is full of ___t,” reads one post by the former state House representative.
Fire Commissioner Don Austin routinely mishandled Detroit’s fire crisis.
“They perpetuated a culture of corruption in Detroit that put the health and safety of families at risk,” the AG said today.
Saying some Detroit officials are “black on the outside, but white on the inside,” Minister Malik Shabazz and more than a dozen protesters tried to hand-deliver Oreo cookies to city hall offices in the latest protest against an emergency manager in Detroit.