is now 40 years old. And, in honor of the great children's program, here is a shout-out to cooperation. A bill designed to allow the Detroit and Wayne County land banks to work together was announced with bipartisan support this week.
See, we do learn things from television.Excerpt:
Bills that would allow land banks operated by Detroit and Wayne County
to merge into a redevelopment entity with expanded powers were
announced Monday, with bipartisan support.
The legislation would provide for a Detroit/Wayne County Redevelopment Authority
that would "enable the city and county to have a cohesive strategy for
stabilizing and redeveloping tax-reverted properties," said Sen. Tom
George, R-Kalamazoo, in a news release.
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