Parker authored two of three ballot questions for the November ballot to try to clean up the mess.
"There is so much controversy, people want to voice their opinion some way to resolve this so it won't happen in the future," Parker said.
This past month, the Wayne County Commission voted to authorize Michigan's governor to remove the county executive for cause. Another ballot question would give the Commission the power to oversee county executive appointee pay.
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In a letter dated last week, Deputy County Executive Jeffrey Collins told the Commission, "This proposed charter amendment is patently in violation of the law, and therefore would not be enforceable should it be added to the Wayne County Charter ... There is no state law authorizing such a removal."
On executive pay, Collins wrote, "We believe the proposed amendment violates the principle of separation of powers, and therefore would not be enforceable ... therefore ... the Commission cannot intrude on matters related to the compensation of executive branch personnel."
"If the people of Wayne County vote overwhelmingly to support this, which I think they will, they want to see balanced government. If he went to court to challenge it he would be making a big mistake," said Parker.
The Commission's attorneys advise this is constitutional. Ficano's office put out a statement Friday:
"We want to make sure the Commission is aware of a number of issues that any taxpayer in the county could raise."