Originally Posted by Cleveland Brown
It's great news and really shows that the state is willing to help Detroit instead of just issuing edicts on high.
I am hardly ready to believe this is the case. I'm really skeptical of this, and I'm sure most Detroiters are; this simply sounds like a way to get them to sign the consent agreement (that they'll sign anyway). But
, if even half of this is true, it would be HUGE for everyday quality of life in the city.
That said, anything requiring actual additional money is DOA given that it'd have to go through the legislature, and I've literally read half-a-dozen articles in the News and Freep the last few days in which the committee chairmen that control the purse strings have balked at any
money for the financial stabilization plan. I'm hoping Synder isn't promising more than he can actually provide. He get get the technical help out of the various department, tomorrow, but anything that requires legislative oversight ain't gonna happen.