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Lincoln Park rejects consent agreement

This photograph is of an United States two dollar uncut 32-subject (32-note) currency sheet. A 32-subject sheet is the largest sheet available from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The image is tilted, yet still allows you to see that there are 4 columns and 8 rows, which in this $2 uncut sheet, represents $64. The sheet photographed here contains 1995 series notes and was purchased in the first week of July 2001 from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington DC for $80. By Christo
This photograph is of an United States two dollar uncut 32-subject (32-note) currency sheet. A 32-subject sheet is the largest sheet available from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The image is tilted, yet still allows you to see that there are 4 columns and 8 rows, which in this $2 uncut sheet, represents $64. The sheet photographed here contains 1995 series notes and was purchased in the first week of July 2001 from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington DC for $80. By Christo

LINCOLN PARK (WKZO) -- Lincoln Park may be moving closer to the appointment of an emergency manager after city council members rejected a consent agreement with the state to deal with its financial crisis. The council voted four to three Tuesday night against the agreement and unless that vote is changed by Friday,

Governor Rick Snyder could appoint an emergency manager to the city. The consent agreement would have given Lincoln Park five years to work on its financial crisis while allowing city officials to retain some control.

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