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New Improve Detroit app “like having City Hall on your phone”

The app "marks a fundamental change in the way city government operates," Duggan said this morning, adding that the app allows residents to become city government's "eyes and ears" for problems that develop, from running water in basements at abandoned homes and nonworking traffic signals to missing manhole covers, downed streetlight poles and broken fire hydrants.

April 8th, 2015|

Self determination returned to Detroiters: Mayor and City Council regain control of city operations

"I have said to you for the last month that when this came down to crunch time, it would be done smoothly and without drama," Duggan said at a press conference after the council unanimously approved the deal. "I expect tonight you will see Mr. Orr sign four or five orders, the most important of which is returning democracy back to the city of Detroit."

September 25th, 2014|