Ecorse

Ecorse

(ē`kôrs), industrial city (1990 pop. 12,180), Wayne co., SE Mich., on the Detroit River; settled c.1815, inc. as a city 1941. Rolled and sheet metal, packaging, and meat processing are the chief industries, but the city has suffered from the economic and population decline of the surrounding region.
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4 million to build a new multifamily housing community for low-income residents in Ecorse, Michigan.
This study focuses on the three of these municipalities: Hamtramck, Highland Park, and Ecorse.
Monroe and his party were picked up in barges and rowed upriver to Ecorse.
3 (West 2012) (mandatory provisions in city charters); City of Ecorse v.
The company has expanded to include Dearborn, Warren, Inkster, Tecumseh, Lincoln Park, Taylor, Wyandotte, Westland, Livonia, Oak Park, Pontiac, Sterling Heights, Ecorse, Ferndale, and Ypsilanti.
The tenderA offer, which Advent carried out via its indirectly-owned unit Ecorse Investments, closed on Monday with a total of 47.
The tender offer, which Advent carried out via its indirectly-owned unit Ecorse Investments, closed on Monday with a total of 47.
In addition to Pontiac, the cities of Benton Harbor, Ecorse, and Flint were also put under emergency management.
Prior to passage of the 2010 amendments to the Act, emergency managers were already in place in the Detroit Public School District, (53) District, (53) as well as in the cities of Pontiac, Benton Harbor, and Ecorse.
Mayor Larry Salisbury, 63, aka Parker, of Ecorse, Michigan, fled when a TV crew quizzed him.
Several of the other localities registering relatively high scores on the 10-point scale have historically teetered on the edge of fiscal distress, including Benton Harbor, Ecorse, River Rouge, and Detroit.