Detroit’s Financial Review Commission: Here’s what’s at stake at 1st meeting

Detroit’s Financial Review Commission: Here’s what’s at stake at 1st meeting

As Detroit exits bankruptcy, a state Financial Review Commission will have authority to approve the mayor and council’s four-year budgets, approve sizeable contracts, approve collective bargaining agreements and report to the governor twice a year for the next 13 years. Bridge Magazine takes a look, before the panel’s first meeting today.