But it appears the governor’s office had no idea Dillon was on vacation.
“Dear Detroit News, Go to hell. Go straight to hell. Do not pass go and don’t even think about collecting $200,” Cushingberry wrote.
Today’s election is a clear signal that council is digging in for a fight against the emergency manager’s authority and the bankruptcy proceedings – promises made on the campaign trail.
Perhaps most eye-opening wasn’t the number of fires but the fallouts from budget cuts.
Andre DuPerry said he could no longer work with Orr and his staff because they routinely steamrolled the competitive bidding process and operated in the dark.
Agents swarmed the home and business of Carolyn Darden, who served as the district’s director of grants – a position that would have given her access to tens of millions of dollars.
Unlike most public employees, Detroit firefighters aren’t eligible for social security, so they rely on city retirement benefits.
A lawsuit alleges former Detroit Police James Tolbert impeded a probe into the murder of exotic dancer “Strawberry.”
If the EM, who is black, was offended, he didn’t say so. Instead, he applauded Bonsall for his work.
Approval of the plan prompted outrage in the small audience as security removed some shouting residents.