Monday, September 3, 2012

News from Detroit 9.3.12


A Blue-Collar Michigan Town Goes Green

Voter representation, privatization and regionalism are focus of new Journal of Law in Society “Governance” issue

Potholes? There's an App for That

Greed and Debt: The True Story of Mitt Romney and Bain Capital

Saving Our Cities


It's about spending, not taxes|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

The Facts About Budget Deficits: How The Presidents Truly Rank

5 Ways the Obama Administration Revived the Auto Industry by Reducing Oil Use

Running Against the City: The GOP Finds Its Demon


Snyder gives up on plan for state-run health exchange|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Biz battles ballot measures: Groups say constitution not place to set policy

How much public land should Michigan own?

Michigan Strategic Fund approves Next Michigan Development Corporation, entrepreneurial services RFP, four business incentives(2),-entrepreneurial-services-RFP,-four-business-incentives%282%29/


Comair says it will lay off employees and close down by Sept. 30

Is Investment in an Urban Locale Right for Your Company?

Tom Walsh: Initiative helps create companies, jobs in Detroit area|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Commentary: At Fail Detroit, we fall now to succeed later

Incoming Ross MBA Students Look to Innovate Detroit

Connecticut firm buys metro Detroit-based ePrize|head

Accelerate Michigan attracts more than 300 start-ups in its 3rd year

Guest commentary: Biomedical industry key to Michigan's turnaround

Detroit Could Be the Next Silicon Valley

In Chinese, Michigan's cool


Toronto developer's proposal to turn historic Detroit bank into parking lot sparks outrage

Creating Detroit's first ever 'Better Block'

Public transit, rainwater ponds, planting new trees in vacant areas among Detroit Works long-term ideas

How to Fix Detroit for the Olympics

Brightmoor man is a pioneer in vision of reshaping where Detroiters live

Detroit housing project coming down to make way for new homes

DEGC looks for pop-up retail proposals for The Villages

Detroit: From Ruin Porn to Cool Again

How to Fight Poverty in Detroit


Pinnacle Airlines rules out Detroit for HQ, leaving Memphis and Minneapolis in contention

Smart Cars Get a Connection Test in Michigan

Are Our Transit Maps Tricking Us?

Progress made on metro Detroit transit system

Smart cars to be put to test in Ann Arbor|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Model D Speaker Series: Transportation and Business Development

Anti-bridge proposal kept off Michigan ballot, but Moroun-backed group expected to continue fight

Detroit bike route mapmaker featured on Google blog

Delta seeks to expand Detroit-Beijing flights to daily service

Has the new golden age of transportation arrived?

Flight, job cuts at Delta hubs worry smaller cities|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Guest column: A guide to the Michigan world of rail


New Orleans' reinventing itself post-Katrina


Cooper Barton, Oklahoma Student, Broke Dress Code By Wearing University Of Michigan Shirt

Anthony Brogdon: 'The Great Detroit' Filmmaker On Making A Positive Documentary

Lafayette Greens urban farm and art park in Detroit wins architecture design award|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

About Black and White and a Great City’s Blight

Detroit’s Choice: Beautiful Historic Buildings or More Parking

How Energy Efficiency Strategy Pays Off in Grand Rapids


Wayne Co. jail costs run $65M over budget

Arbitrator: Mullin's Detroit airport contract valid

FBI investigates Elder, Mullin|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Ficano back raising funds

Former Ficano aide Michael Grundy faces seven new charges

Wayne County's Guardian deal: Right price at the right time?

Wayne Co. in talks to buy back old digs|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE


How Detroit Is Rising

Rust Belt chic: Declining Midwest cities make a comeback

The Death and Life of Detroit

A Battered City, Through Local Lenses

Tigers owner Mike Ilitch driven to rebuild Detroit

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