Dearborn Heights Mayor Dan Paletko said his city has made “cuts after cuts” and the decline in state revenue sharing will hurt residents.
At least 70 percent of the city’s budget goes toward basic services, he said.
“I’ve got to keep ambulances, fire trucks and police cars. I can’t be cutting those type of capital outlays,” he said. “This could turn into less services potentially. It’s going to be quite a challenge.” Read the Rest
source: The Detroit News