Welcome to your Daily Detroit News Byte podcast for February 15, 2018!
Here are your stories:
- Nearly 350,000 people in Michigan have had their Driver’s Licenses suspended and the Driver Responsibility Fees will be erased.
- The Detroit Zoo is going to build a new Great Lakes Nature Center in Macomb County
- Federal funding for keeping the Great Lakes clean is in danger
- A Ferndale Comic Book shop is closing
- The Former DPD Headquarters designed by Albert Kahn may see new life
- Detroit’s a happy place to work
- Rally’s/Checkers is looking to expand in Metro Detroit
- There will be a new shopping district by Little Caesars Arena
Our feature interview is with Eric Larson of the Downtown Detroit Partnership on the future of downtown Detroit, what will happen to Joe Louis Arena, increasing rental rates in Detroit and decreasing property crime rates.
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The Detroit Regional Chamber –
In today’s polarized environment, is it possible to instill civility in Detroit as a necessity in all that we do, and not simply a response in times of crisis?
The Detroit Regional Chamber’s Detroit Policy Conference returns on Thursday, March 1 at MotorCity Casino Hotel and will focus on creating a culture of civility in Detroit. Learn more about the Conference and see the full agenda at http://www.detroitchamber.com/dpc
And of course, as always, thanks to Podcast Detroit: http://www.podcastdetroit.com