How is the Detroit City Council working together in the aftermath of the Bankruptcy ruling? Stephen Henderson welcomes to Detroit Today, councilwoman Raquel Castaneda-Lopez, who talks about the concerns of District 6 and her working relationship with her Detroit’s City Council colleagues.
Issues: Questions like, “When are my lights coming back on?” are what the people of Detroit really care about, according to Castaneda-Lopez and she wants to tackle them now. “We cannot ignore and wait for more money from the federal government,” she says.
Stadium: Castaneda-Lopez voted No to the new Red Wings stadium, saying “We need make sure that we’re very focused on human beings in the community as a whole, when we negotiate these development deals.”
Aid Money: Castaneda-Lopez also says that the federal “Hardest Hit” money should not just go to certain sections of the city. “It should be uniform, it should be even,” she says.
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