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Mayor Mike Duggan announced the city is buying 142 acres of the former Michigan State Fair Grounds. Magic Plus, LLC will buy 16 acres.
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March 21, 2018 on All Things Considered
State Land Bank sells small piece to commercial developer for 29k per acre.
In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, students and faculty at Wayne State ready themselves for the worst.
As the number of building permits rise, skilled workers are needed for rehab programs.
A new bill could offer a 30-day grace period for motorists to display a license plate on a car.
Detroit has been named one of the 35 finalist in the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge out of 320 applicants.
Consumers Energy has announced plans to reduce carbon emissions by 80 percent and to no longer use coal to generate energy by 2040.