Archive: Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later
The series “Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later” is presented by WDET with the partners of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative (DJC) to help audiences understand the continuing and future impacts of the city’s bankruptcy and recovery on residents, neighborhoods, city government and policymakers.
As Michigan’s only emergency manager to file bankruptcy, Kevyn Orr reflects on his Detroit tenure.
Detroit’s Chapter 9 case speaks for need for state policy reform, help for other municipalities.
Detroit’s Public Lighting Authority has installed more than 57,000 new streetlights.
Chief James Craig says Detroit continues to work on fixing police problems.
The Detroit Land Bank offers side lots to home owners for $100
In Detroit’s recovery, access to capital still an issue for minority business owners.
As part of WDET’s “Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later” series, we take a look at a new economic development...