Detroit Emergency Manager, Mayor Agree To Share Power

Law360, Los Angeles (December 19, 2013, 4:21 PM ET) -- The emergency manager and mayor-elect of the bankrupt city of Detroit have agreed on how the city will be managed through its financial emergency, establishing guidelines that give Mayor-elect Mike Duggan responsibility for day-to-day operations and leaving Kevyn Orr in charge of recovery-related operations, the officials announced Thursday.

The two city leaders said the agreement would provide for greater collaboration and shared responsibility between the two offices and uphold Public Act 436, which grants specific powers and final decision-making authority to the emergency manager. Under the...
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