From The Detroit Free Press – Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder in a Detroit town hall meeting today said he has no desire to manage Detroit, and simply wants to be a “supporting partner” in helping the city to stabilize its finances and implementing spending reforms.
“One of the big challenges in Detroit is we don’t need more plans…we need things to get done,” Snyder said.
The governor said the city and state are close to reaching a financial agreement that would keep Detroit’s elected officials in office, but with some state oversight. He characterized the realization of a deal as in the “90-some percentile.”
Snyder said any agreement with Detroit would be about financial stability, accountability and implementation of reform.
Governor Throws In The Towel? “I don’t want to manage Detroit” was originally published on wchbnewsdetroit.com