Mayor Duggan’s son appointed to key transition post for Whitmer; Detroit couple slapped with $4,000 water bill; and Gilbert pledges to support ballot initiative to reform auto insurance.
The city has shut off water to more than 15,000 delinquent homeowners and landlords but can’t keep pace with running water in vacant buildings.
The governor said immigrants would be required to live in Detroit in exchange for a work visa.
Mike Duggan’s first move was nominating an interim fire commissioner with a strong background.
I’d try to insert my ballot, but the machine would push it back, returning the error message, “NO DATA AVAILABLE.”
Napoleon said news agencies “want you to stay home and not vote” during the mayoral election next week.
During our one-hour drive, we saw scrappers, suspected drug dealers, a loose pit bull, gang-related graffiti, wide-open abandoned homes, dilapidated businesses and yards covered in trash.
The cost to taxpayers – nearly $500,000.
The mayoral candidate said Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr wants to “slit throats” of Detroiters.
A reformer or sore loser? The 64-year-old accountant won’t give up.