Detroit’s Financial Review Commission, created by the “grand bargain” legislation, holds its second meeting Friday. The agenda includes reviewing budget timelines and the city’s Plan of Adjustment. The panel also will discuss audit activities.
The nine-member group plans to meet at 9 a.m. in the Michigan Gaming Control Board Meeting Room at 3062 W. Grand Blvd. in Detroit.
At the commission’s first meeting last week, members adopted resolutions ensuring they will comply with the state’s Freedom of Information Act and Open Meetings law.
Member Bill Martin, one of the gubernatorial appointees, appeared on WDET’s Detroit Today program and discussed the commission, its work and how it will coordinate with city officials.