$10-Million Plan to Clear School Routes of Vacant Homes Kicks Off in Detroit

Gov. Rick Snyder’s $10 million plan to demolish abandoned buildings in Detroit neighborhoods will begin with 250 structures in the Morningside neighborhood. Michigan will allocate funds from a $97 million mortgage fraud lawsuit to rehabilitate neighborhoods across the state. The Governor plans to tear down dangerous, uninhabited properties that have fallen into disrepair in an effort to re-establish safe neighborhoods. Detroit Mayor Dave Bing explained that this program is also about rehabilitating existing homes, turning on street lights, and making sure kids can walk to school safely.  Snyder also has plans to streamline the Department of Human Services in the state by offering programs at local schools instead of at separate state offices.

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