Proposal N, Mayor Mike Duggan's pitch to use debt to demolish 8,000 Detroit homes and secure another 6,000 from deterioration, appears headed toward passage with a wide lead as of Wednesday evening. The ballot proposal had more than two-thirds voter approval as of 9:50 p.m., with 71.1 percent of Detroit's voting precincts having fully reported
The Obama is the second completed project citywide to receive funding through Mayor Mike Duggan’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund initiative, a public-private partnership administered by Invest Detroit that raises funds from philanthropic partners and then invests that money into 10 neighborhoods spread across the city, including Old Redford. The building’s name comes from a painting of
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Elderly and disabled individuals seeking a poverty property tax exemption from their communities won't have to re-apply each year for the exemption under a bill advanced 5-0 by a Senate panel Wednesday. The bill would allow communities to extend the duration of a poverty tax exemption on a principal residence to three years for people on a fixed