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Category: News Briefs - Original Published on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 10:15 Written by Bankole Thompson/Senior Editor
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Anyone who is rooting for a better Detroit should be concerned about transparency and openness in the next Detroit government.
The struggles of everyday people and the efforts of those with genuine interest, including individuals and businesses invested in Detroit and its future, should not be squandered on the altar of secrecy, bureacracy and ineffectiveness where the public has little or no information regarding oversight of the government that purports to represent them.
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