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  • Judge dismisses lawsuit by Detroit city lawyer over consent agreement

    Judge dismisses lawsuit by Detroit city lawyer over consent agreement

    Wednesday, June 13 2012 6:34 PM EDT2012-06-13 22:34:39 GMT
    An Ingham County judge tossed out the controversial lawsuit filed by Detroit's corporation counsel over the city's consent agreement Wednesday.
    "I do believe Dave Bing is the mayor and Dave Bing makes the decisions for the city in conformance with the rules of the City Council."  With those words an Ingham County judge tossed out the controversial lawsuit filed by Detroit's corporation counsel.
  • Detroit consent deal lawsuit draws fire in Lansing

    Detroit consent deal lawsuit draws fire in Lansing

    Tuesday, June 12 2012 9:15 PM EDT2012-06-13 01:15:54 GMT
    A lawsuit filed by Detroit's corporation counsel to block the consent agreement is drawing fire at the state capitol.  At least one Republican in Lansing says the city might be dragging its feet.
    A lawsuit filed by Detroit's corporation counsel to block the consent agreement is drawing fire at the state capitol.  At least one Republican in Lansing says the city might be dragging its feet.
  • Bing orders city's lawyer to drop lawsuit

    Bing orders city's lawyer to drop lawsuit

    Tuesday, June 12 2012 7:14 PM EDT2012-06-12 23:14:07 GMT
    Mayor Dave Bing on Tuesday ordered his chief lawyer to drop a lawsuit she filed contesting the legality of a consent agreement.
    Mayor Dave Bing on Tuesday ordered his chief lawyer to drop a lawsuit she filed contesting the legality of a consent agreement that enabled Detroit to avoid having the state appoint an emergency manager to oversee the city's troubled finances.
  • McPhail: Crittendon right for filing consent deal lawsuit

    McPhail: Crittendon right for filing consent deal lawsuit

    Monday, June 11 2012 10:50 PM EDT2012-06-12 02:50:31 GMT
    So is Detroit Corporation Counsel Krystal Crittendon right to press forward with the lawsuit against the state?  Fox 2's Alexis Wiley asked former city councilwoman and general counsel Sharon McPhail.
    So is Detroit Corporation Counsel Krystal Crittendon right to press forward with the lawsuit against the state?  Fox 2's Alexis Wiley asked former city councilwoman and general counsel Sharon McPhail.
  • Mayor Bing: Lawsuit could cause Detroit to go broke

    Mayor Bing: Lawsuit could cause Detroit to go broke

    Monday, June 11 2012 9:11 PM EDT2012-06-12 01:11:15 GMT
    Detroit Mayor Dave Bing told City Council that state revenue sharing likely will be withheld unless a lawsuit challenging Gov. Rick Snyder's consent agreement with the city is dropped.
    Detroit's mayor warned Monday that the city could go broke if its top lawyer refuses to drop her lawsuit challenging a deal with Michigan officials that seeks to rescue the city from financial collapse.
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  • Staten Island rally and march preparations

    Staten Island rally and march preparations

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:33 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:33:49 GMT
    All was calm and quiet Friday evening in Staten Island but Saturday thousands are expected to descend on Tompkinsville for a march that organizers are promising will be peaceful. The march will culminate in a rally right outside the 120th Precinct. Representatives from the national action network were in Staten Island Friday making preparations for Saturday's demonstration, which is estimated to draw at least 5,000 people from all over the country.
    All was calm and quiet Friday evening in Staten Island but Saturday thousands are expected to descend on Tompkinsville for a march that organizers are promising will be peaceful. The march will culminate in a rally right outside the 120th Precinct. Representatives from the national action network were in Staten Island Friday making preparations for Saturday's demonstration, which is estimated to draw at least 5,000 people from all over the country.
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    Staten Island march traffic and transit advisory

    Staten Island march traffic and transit advisory

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:33 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:33:23 GMT
    The NYPD and the MTA have announced road and transit changes for Staten Island that will be in effect on Saturday, August 23, 2014, due to the scheduled rally in honor of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died during an arrest.
    The NYPD and the MTA have announced road and transit changes for Staten Island that will be in effect on Saturday, August 23, 2014, due to the scheduled rally in honor of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died during an arrest.
  • Newark school enrollment problems

    Newark school enrollment problems

    Friday, August 22 2014 5:17 PM EDT2014-08-22 21:17:11 GMT
    The school year in Newark is getting off to a rocky start. Classes start in less than two weeks and parents are still waiting in line for hours to find out where their kids are enrolled. The problem is being blamed on a glitch in the school's new online open enrollment system. To say mother of three Jennifer Caraballo is frustrated may be an understatement. She is one of hundreds of Newark parents desperately now trying to find a new school for her children.
    The school year in Newark is getting off to a rocky start. Classes start in less than two weeks and parents are still waiting in line for hours to find out where their kids are enrolled. The problem is being blamed on a glitch in the school's new online open enrollment system. To say mother of three Jennifer Caraballo is frustrated may be an understatement. She is one of hundreds of Newark parents desperately now trying to find a new school for her children.
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