Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is sounding a lot more like Donald Trump every day.
Just three months after he was appointed Wayne County treasurer, Richard Hathaway is resigning.
Since at least 2007, the camper has served as a permanent home for a man who has meticulously maintained the yard and several gardens.
One of every five Detroit properties in Detroit are in the process of foreclosure under an unprecedented effort by Wayne County to take possession of every property that is three or more years behind in taxes.
On Thursday, bidding began on most of the more than 20,000 Detroit properties that ended up in the Wayne County Tax Auction this year because of delinquent taxes.
Then-Treasurer Andy Dillon played a role in securing a lucrative contract for the Birmingham-based business, where he now works.
State lawmakers are calling for an “immediate investigation” after the Motor City Muckraker revealed that Dillon landed a job with the bankruptcy consultant.
Although Dillon officially resigned on Halloween, Gov. Rick Snyder never stopped paying the former speaker of the state House of Representatives