Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Detroit City Council, unions leaders, and the mayor are working together to resolve the city's fiscal crisis. Joint meetings between all parties began this week to finalize a plan before any state review is completed.



Posted by Staff on Friday, December 09, 2011
The Apple Enterprise Account Executive will work with Apple customers, business partners, and internal sales resources to drive the full line of Apple Hardware and Software solutions.



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Posted by Staff on Thursday, December 08, 2011
DAPCEP's Renewable Energy Advancement for Detroit Youth (READY) Project addresses the inequality of exposure and career opportunities in the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE&EE) Industries. The READY program is a four-year initiative designed to attract and motivate young men from historically underrepresented backgrounds, to pursue the education necessary for careers associated with the RE&EE industries.



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Posted by Staff on Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Detroit City Council is working diligently to solve our city's budget crisis. In effort to keep the public informed and engaged in this process, the latest Cash Flow Forecast Report has been made available for viewing and download.



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Posted by Staff on Wednesday, November 09, 2011
Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh issued the following statement regarding ACE.



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Posted by Staff on Friday, November 04, 2011
Council President Pugh recently appeared on "Let It Rip" hosted by Huel Perkins to discuss reports of an emergency financial manager and the proposed Detroit city charter revisions. Check out the video.



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Posted by Staff on Friday, November 04, 2011
Wonder-Space is offering free tutoring services for DPS students with mobile devices.



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Council President Pugh discusses the leadership and legacy of Rosa Parks at his Leadership Forum at Detroit's Frederick Douglass Academy.




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