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When the city of Detroit emerged from the nation’s largest-ever municipal bankruptcy almost two years ago, it was left with a razor-thin financial cushion.
Now Detroit’s downtown is booming with new construction. Some long-time residents fear is geared more to attract upscale white millennial's than the city’s current overwhelmingly African American population.
Detroit officials are weighing just how much of the scant resources should be dedicated for the city’s outer-lying and mostly-abandoned neighborhoods. WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter reports.