mike duggan

8:41 am
Mon August 4, 2014

WSW: WMU Teams Find Savings in Detroit

City of Detroit employee Lori Sowle, WMU Instructor Ken Jones, City employee David Shackleford and recent WMU graduate Hanna Downs
Credit Western Michigan University

When Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan was looking for ways to save money on city operations, faculty and students from Western Michigan University became part of the solution. 

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9:13 pm
Tue May 20, 2014

Detroit Mayor Tells Lawmakers to Give City "Clear Path" out of State Control

Mike Duggan says money needed to pay pension debt is a one-time request
Lansing — Mayor Mike Duggan urged lawmakers Tuesday to give him more flexibility to escape state control of Detroit’s finances after the city emerges from bankruptcy. Testifying before a House committee considering $195 million in aid for pensions, Duggan also urged lawmakers to give City Council members a seat on a commission that would be dominated by Gov. Rick Snyder’s appointees.
9:56 pm
Wed January 1, 2014

Duggan sworn in as Detroit mayor

Says he'll work to move city "back to elected leadership
Detroit Mike Duggan is officially Detroits 75th mayor after taking the oath of office just after 11 a.m.Wednesday in the mayors office on the 11th floor of the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center.
6:18 pm
Sun November 3, 2013

Candidates for Detroit Mayor visit churches on Sunday before election

Mike Duggan and Benny Napoleon making last minute push for votes
Detroit Mayoral candidates Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan hit the churches Sunday with two days to go before Tuesdays election, making their cases to be the city's next elected leader.
6:20 pm
Sun October 20, 2013

Candidates for Detroit Mayor debate

Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan are on the ballot for November fifth election
Detroit Revitalizing city neighborhoods took center stage as the two candidates vying to become the citys next mayor made their pitches on why each should lead the city. Mike Duggan touted his restructuring experience, while Benny Napoleon continued to paint himself as the person to fix city neighborhoods when they squared off in the first of three televised debates in a special hour-long Michigan Matters show taped Friday.