The DIA belongs to everyone in Metro Detroit and the organization supporting the multi-county tax that will insure its survival has temporarily opened an office in a burb known for its progressive-leaning values.
"So far there have been over 4,500 phone calls made from the Ferndale office alone.
“Not robo-calls,” Fritz said. “We’ve got volunteers that come in, and over the next week there will be different groups every evening.”
“Having volunteers is better because they can listen to the people they call and answer any questions.”
The Ferndale office has also sold over 1,000 yard signs at $5 a pop. Former City Councilperson Kate Baker jumped in to help the campaign sell yard signs, raising $415 for the campaign."
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