MACKINAC ISLAND, MI (Metro Source) -- The City of Detroit may get a ten million-dollar check from the state if the Legislature approves the measure. State Treasurer Andy Dillon says an estimated 33 million dollars will be sent to Michigan cities after the state took in more tax revenue than anticipated. Detroit City Council and Mayor Dave Bing are battling over a proposed 3.1 billion-dollar budget. The council has proposed an additional 50 million dollars in cuts.
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