CANCELED: Mike Duggan, Mayor of Detroit
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From Mayor Mike Duggan's bio:
Mike Duggan was elected as Detroit’s new Mayor on November 5, 2013 and took office on January 1, 2014. As Mayor, he will govern the city of his birth and where he spent the previous 32 years of his career collaborating with others to solve some of the city’s most vexing issues. While Mayor Duggan was elected largely on his track record of leading successful large-scale financial and operational turnarounds, Detroiters responded strongly to his deep love for the city, which can be seen in his work over the years. During his career he has taken on challenges and untangled problems that directly impact the quality of life of Detroiters, including access to health care, public transportation, crime, blight, expanding recreational opportunities in the city, job creation and more.
For more information about Mayor Duggan and the City of Detroit, visit: http://www.detroitmi.gov/DepartmentsandAgencies/MayorsOffice/AboutMayor…
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