Personal Stories Of Wayne County’s Foreclosure Crisis

Roughly 76-thousand homes in Wayne County are at risk of tax foreclosure.  As the deadline to pay back taxes approaches on March 31st, throngs of people lined up at the Wayne County Treasurers office to try and work out payment plans.  WDET’s Martina Guzman went downtown and spoke with homeowners such as Angeles Jones who was waiting in line to pay back taxes.   


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About the Author

Martina Guzman

Feature Reporter

Martina Guzmán is WDET’s community reporter. She is committed to bringing the voice of marginalized communities to WDET listeners.   Follow @MGuzman_Detroit

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