Detroit Mayor Duggan: 85% of city streets cleared, contractors face penalties
DETROIT – A majority of residential streets in Detroit have already been cleared of snow, but Detroit did not meet its 24-hour goal of clearing the streets. Officials said city workers with the Public Works and General Services Department will be joining to assist with the work that’s left. As a result, a portion of pay will be cut for city contractors who did not make their 24-hour rule. “A couple of contractors are gonna have a deduction from their fee because the city workers had to do part of their work. They’re hoping to have all the streets cleared by Thursday.
Detroit plans to resurface 93 miles of neighborhood streets this year
DETROIT – The city of Detroit has major construction plans outside the downtown area this year as it looks to resurface 93 miles of neighborhood streets. Construction workers have gone back to work on Detroit’s west not, not only resurfacing streets but revitalizing the whole neighborhood. “We see what’s happening here, what’s happening on Livernois. “It’s overwhelming to see all of the businesses that are rapidly coming,” Detroit resident Chanale Greer said. “We’ve seen the renderings.