In 2019, Mayor Duggan presented a $250 million bond proposal to address Detroit's neighborhood blight. Duggan envisioned eliminating all residential blight by 2025. However, when initially presented before City Council for ballot approval, the council rejected the proposal in a 6-3 vote. Among the concerns expressed were the lack of emphasis on employing Detroit residents … Continued
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