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Initiatives provide millions of training dollars to prepare Detroiters for job opportunities related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge project, relocation opportunities for people who live in the neighborhoods adjacent to the future US Port of Entry, and health and air monitoring in SW Detroit.
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City will give a small decommissioned park to adjoining residents and build a larger central park in the neighborhood Competition invites designers to work with community to design a new park Design Qualifications will be accepted June 19 through July 31
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Viewing Areas, Street Closures, Parking Options and Curfew Information Announced
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EMTs & Paramedics to get 4% raise, ability to earn annual attendance bonuses. All Detroit public safety unions now have received 4% pay raises in last 2 years. Additional cost to be paid for through overtime reduction savings.
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Viewing Areas, Street Closures, Parking Options and Curfew Information Announced
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The City of Detroit will be issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for innovative ideas on how to transform three unused spaces at the Rosa Parks Transit Center into assets that add value and convenience to the commutes of transit riders. Through the Enhancing Detroit’s Transit Center Challenge, the City welcomes creative proposals of all types.
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Program will assist “been-ups” with $2M in grants annually for exterior upgrades and façade improvements Application period for Round One grants begins June 15 at www.motorcityre-store.com
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Team includes Detroit-based developer and architect of National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Over $32 million project to bring 84 apartments to the Sugar Hill Arts District in Midtown 25% of apartments will be preserved for people making between 50-80% AMI
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April rate of 8.4% lowest since May 2001 2,500 more Detroiters employed from March-April alone
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Crews will have completed 50% of the city’s first sweep of 2,000 miles of side streets this week 1st of three annual sweeps to be completed by early July, 2nd cycle to begin immediately afterward Residents in Joy - Schaefer, Warren Ave Community and Pride Area Community among those who can expect to see sweepers in next 2 weeks
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