Today’s show has six stories.
00:51 – First, to Eastern Market. Detroit has a new Director of Urban Agriculture. We’ll meet Tepfirah Rushdan.
03:20 – Then, to Campus Martius. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra rolled out their season schedule. We do a preview with their president and CEO. Erik Rönmark.
08:42 – Then we hit four stories around town.
The UAW is on the verge of a strike, and predictions are that it’s going to happen. Deadline is in a couple days. There’s a historic apartment rehab with affordable rents planned just west of Woodward. I’m including it as I see this one often – https://www.freep.com/story/money/business/2023/09/11/plans-unveiled-clairwood-apartments-detroit/70821668007/
Dearborn is rolling out grants to lower the cost of SMART Flex Rides. – https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/wayne-county/2023/09/08/dearborn-partners-with-smart-flex-rideshare-to-offer-rides-for-1/70796707007/
And some housekeeping on the Mel Tucker story as there have been a few developments and clarifications since we talked about it yesterday.
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