4 key Metro Detroit races to watch for in Nov. 3 election
DETROIT – Here are four key races in Metro Detroit to watch in the Nov. 3 General Election. There is Berman v. Pulver, Schroeder v. Breadon, Tisdel v. Anness and Turner v. Breen. Warren term limitsWill Warren Mayor Jim Fouts be forced to have the same term limits as the rest of the elected leaders in Warren? However, it’s unclear if there is anybody who actually lives in Macomb County who thinks that’s true. Follow here: Michigan General Election Results for Macomb County on Nov. 3, 2020ClickOnDetroit will have live election results after the polls close Tuesday, Nov. 3 -- follow here.
Detroits school board will revisit new public comment rules
After months of complaints, the Detroit school board is planning to take a second look at a relatively new policy that requires people to register in order to speak during the public comment period of meetings. The school board approved the new policy in February, to take effect in April. Meanwhile, residents have long complained about a rule that existed prior to the new policy that limits public comment to two minutes per speaker. The new policy tried to address that by allowing a six-minute comment by someone representing a group of people rather than having individual members comment. He said she is planning to introduce state legislation that will prevent public bodies from having limits such as the two-minute rule.chalkbeat.org