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Last week on this show we told you how a capitol reporter in Lansing alleged that state Senator Peter Lucido of Shelby Township made a sexist remark to her while she tried to interview him. Now, a fellow state senator of Lucido’s says she’s filing a workplace sexual harassment complaint against him. State Senator Mallory McMorrow tells Crain’s the incident took place in November 2018 after she was first elected to her seat representing the 13th District in Oakland County.
Recreational marijuana sales seriously lag behind a neighboring state (Metro Times), Wayne County gets its first recreational dispensary, and the city of Detroit pushes their ban out another couple of months saying they’re working on making the licenses more inclusive.
The Ilitch organization is trading some parcels of land that will become parks for an extension of development rights near Little Caesar’s Arena. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says it’s a good deal.
Greenspace in downtown Ferndale is closing. So where else is good to get a good vegetarian or vegan bite to eat? Sven’s the healthiest eater among us and a former vegetarian, so he gives his picks.
Detroit is apparently a place people want to move, and it’s, according to Storage Space, “Perfect for hipsters.”
There’s a contest for a large-scale public sculpture outside of the TCF Center downtown. Here’s how to enter: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=7348
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