PODCAST: Historic Bandshell Saved; State Of The City; Plus 6 Things To Know Around Detroit

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On today’s show: 

00:27 The State of the City address in Detroit was Tuesday night. Let’s do a run through of the highlights.

02:26 The bandshell at the Michigan State Fairgrounds will be saved.

03:04 District 7 City Councilmember Gabe Leland was arraigned on a misconduct in office charge.

04:18 40 Hague is accepting residents. The apartment building was designed by Albert Kahn and was a Packard showroom. More on Urbanize: https://urbanize.city/detroit/post/newly-renovated-40-hague-ready-residents-north-end

05:10 The Detroit Bus Company finds a new home on Detroit’s west side.

06:15 The city of Livonia is adding social workers to their Police Department. More: https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/livonia/2021/03/08/an-incredible-step-forward-livonia-adds-social-workers-police-force/4634468001/

06:56 Restaurant openings and closings – Lager House and Union Street are opening back up; Peso is gone, Toma is coming.

08:14 What’s happening around 313 Day around town – that’s this Saturday, March 13. 

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