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Welcome to an Al Fresco Friday edition of your Daily Detroit!

Very socially distanced and outdoors, but for the first time in weeks, Jer and Sven are in the same place on the air.

On today’s show:

Jer has three key things to know as Detroit reopens, from barbershops to street closures for socially distant dining to DDOT service expanding.

The Macomb County prosecutor’s office is not going to press charges against an Amazon delivery driver that was arrested this week. Amazon also weighs in and says they would pay for the driver’s legal defense.

Quicken Loans may go public (CNBC)

Oakland County plans to let the Coronavirus emergency declaration expire

To Go Booze makes progress in the Michigan legislature

Michigan State Parks get a new glamping option

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