DETROIT -

Lawyers for Detroit will be back in court Tuesday and Wednesday as bankruptcy proceedings continue.

Tuesday's proceedings are set to begin at 10 a.m. in U.S. District Court.

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Several objections to Detroit's bankruptcy filing are expected to be heard including those from representatives of Detroit's Retired Police and Firefighters Association, the UAW and the Community of Justice and Advocacy.

On Monday, the Detroit City Council rejected a lease deal for a popular, 985-acre island park in the middle of the Detroit River. City Council now must provide a different plan that will save the city the same amount of money.

State-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr and Gov. Rick Snyder signed a 30-year lease on Oct. 1 that would make Belle Isle a state park. The deal would save the cash-strapped city more than $6 million each year in maintenance.

The state would invest $10 million to $20 million during the initial three years. There would be an annual $11 per-vehicle admission charge, the same cost for entering any state park.

Snyder withdrew a similar offer earlier this year following opposition from the council.

Detroit this summer became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy protection, citing $18 billion in long-term debt. It's operating under an emergency manager -- Kevyn Orr.

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