A new chapter has begun in the long history of Detroit's Belle Isle, which is transitioning to become Michigan's 102nd state park.
The full change takes place today, as state park officials assume control of the park under the lease imposed by Detroit's emergency manager, Kevyn Orr. The move should save the city between $4 and $5 million a year.
Starting today, motorists will need an $11 state recreation passport to enter the park.
Detroit Free Press editorial editor Stephen Henderson joins us today to talk about what we can expect for the future of Belle Isle and the city of Detroit.
Listen to the full interview above.