The failed negotiations may accelerate the state’s decision to appoint an emergency manager over the city, which is headed toward bankruptcy.
The plan smacks of antagonism and divisiveness at a time when the city is shedding vital services to avoid bankruptcy.
Council’s decision shocked many observers because a majority of the council supported Crittendon until today
Records: Despite state intervention and bankruptcy threats, city of Detroit continues to spend at unprecedented clip
Each day, the city spent about $350,000 more than it had in revenue, raising the accumulated deficit to more than $375 million.
In a mayoral contest that could flare racial and class tensions, Napoleon took jabs at former Wayne County Prosecutor Mike Duggan.
Columnist: Michigan Democratic Party deserves better leadership than Mark Brewer after Right-to-Work blunder
Seems like every time Brewer fails on a statewide level, he gets more job security. His failures are many.