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$2.7 Billion Detroit Budget Approved: Boosting Safety, Helping Homeless, and More!

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Detroit Budget: City Council Passes $2.7 Billion Plan to Boost Safety and Aid Homeless

$2.7 Billion Detroit Budget Approved: Prioritizing Safety and Housing Support

The Detroit City Council unanimously approved Mayor Mike Duggan’s $2.7 billion budget after a month of public input, according to the published article of The Detroit News. The budget prioritizes safety, homelessness support, housing repairs, libraries, and eviction aid. Key changes include a minimum wage of $15/hour for all city jobs reduced homeowner taxes, increased funding for police, firefighters, homelessness assistance and city infrastructure improvements.

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$2.7 Billion Detroit Budget Approved: Prioritizing Safety and Housing Support. (PHOTO: WDET 101.9 FM)

Detroit Budget: Council Adapts Mayor’s Plan to Better Serve Residents

Even though there were some changes made to the mayor’s plan, the approved budget shows that the city is trying to help everyone. It’s a big step towards making Detroit a better place for everyone to live.

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