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Thu August 15, 2013
Dearborn puts limits on what a garage can be
There's been a new development in the debate over garages in Dearborn.
You may recall some residents in Dearborn have been using their garages as gathering spaces, some equipped with sliding glass doors, couches, refrigerators, water pipes, and TVs. This has been especially popular with Dearborn's large Arab community.
This week, the Dearborn Planning Commission approved changes in rules governing the way Dearbornites may use their garages, and there are those in the Arab community who feel these rule changes are a direct slap at them.
Jeff Karoub has been covering this debate for the Associated Press and he joined us today from Detroit.
Listen to the full interview above.