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Politics & Government
Wed November 28, 2012
Pontiac mayor says city on "cutting edge" of new survival strategy
The mayor of Pontiac tells Bloomberg News he thinks the city is on the "cutting edge" of strategies to help struggling cities survive, by turning to regionalization of essential services. Leon Jukowski says that's why he's cooperating with an emergency financial manager who has been given the authority he used to have. Watch the video here.