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  • Fiscal Management

    MSU Extension works to provide training to local elected leaders in Michigan’s 1,858 townships, villages, cities and counties; 608 school districts, 456 special purpose authorities, 14 multi-county regions, and 12 federally recognized tribal nations.


  • City of Detroit: FY 2013 Budget

    Published on June 12, 2012
    This FAQ explores issues related to the City of Detroit's Fiscal Year 2013 budget, including those issues that directly affect residents and taxpayers.

  • The City of Detroit's New Revenue Forecasting Process and Multi-Year Budget

    Published on June 12, 2012
    This FAQ outlines the City of Detroit's decision to adopt multi-year budgeting, which also serves as the city's official deficit-elimination plan.

  • A Proposed City of Detroit Consent Agreement and Public Act 4 of 2011

    Published on May 19, 2012
    This FAQ was developed before the official Detroit Consent Agreement was drafted. It deals with legality issues surrounding Public Act 4, which gave the state authority to conduct a financial review of the City of Detroit's finances.

  • City of Detroit Financial Stability Agreement

    Published on May 19, 2012
    This FAQ outlines the Detroit Consent Agreement including what a consent agreement is, Public Act 4, the Financial Advisory Board, the revenue conference, and compares Detroit’s with New York City and Philadelphia.

  • The Lansing-East Lansing Metro Region Fiscal Scorecard

    Published on May 9, 2012
    This report analyzes the efficiency of the local governments in the Lansing-East Lansing metro region by comparing them to the governments in other similar metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) throughout the United States.

  • Chapter 9: Municipal Bankruptcy

    Published on May 9, 2012
    Introduction to Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy, including eligibility, requirements, creditor negotiation tests, the plan of adjustment, Chapter 9 vs. Chapter 11 and the advantages and disadvantages of filing for Chapter 9.

  • Planning & Zoning Center at MSU

    Published on March 27, 2012
    The Planning & Zoning Center at MSU (PZC) is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals devoted to research, education and consultation on best practices for community planning and development.