Category: News Briefs Published on Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:41 Written by Click On Detroit
DETROIT (WXYZ) - A local activist who’s been fighting to unseat Detroit’s emergency manager is heading back to court again.
This time Robert Davis filed an emergency motion claiming state officials violated the open meetings act in their selection of Kevyn Orr. His latest move claims that part of the selection process for Orr was done behind closed doors.
“Because you want to paint this eerie picture of the finances of the City of Detroit does not mean you have to violate the law in order to appoint an EFM for the city of Detroit,” Orr told 7 Action News.
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