DETROIT — M.L. Elrick, a Detroit City Council candidate for District 4, today proposed extensive new police initiatives including graduated and higher pay scales for Detroit police, plus retiree health care and insurance benefits. Elrick also proposes prioritizing leadership training and increased police presence in Detroit neighborhoods.
DETROIT – M.L. Elrick, a Detroit City Council candidate for District 4, today renewed his call for top city officials to overhaul the way the city awards towing contracts. Elrick first proposed his solution to the city’s towing contract dilemma October 1 in his campaign to win a seat on the council.
As promised, I participated in the Great Lakes Water Authority’s board meeting. I was the ONLY member of the public to come forward, but I delivered a message that I think speaks for all of us who lost so much in the flood.
I told the board exactly what I said publicly immediately following the flood: we cannot wait for them to make major improvements to the system. We need IMMEDIATE help for homeowners who want to install back flow preventers and sump pumps.
DONATE Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin To help save you time and trouble, I’ve checked with the experts and compiled some tips you may find useful. Thankfully, many of us are past the “standing water stage” but it still might be good information to keep in mind. 1. Don’t wade through … Read more
The torrential rain that fell late Friday was not the first time Connor Creek was overwhelmed in District 4 — and it won’t be the last. Officials blamed unexpectedly heavy rains, but my family and hundreds of other residents in District 4 have come to expect the Great Lakes Water Authority’s (GLWA) facilities are not up to the task of keeping our basements and our neighborhoods safe or dry.