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Detroit Free Press is the city's oldest newspaper. As such it has prided itself on maintaining its independence from the other big newspapers in Michigan. In fact, since it started in publication in 1923 it has been a winner with its readership and advertisers. It enjoys a huge readership of over thirteen thousand and five hundred thousand, making it the largest daily newspaper in Michigan.
Like many cities in the United States Detroit has faced an economic slump. Unemployment in the city is above ten per cent and more than half of the population is without a job. To make matters worse the city government passed a law recently that could severely limit newspaper advertising. This has caused many publications to go out of business or have limited subscribers.
But don't worry because this trend can be reversed. There are still great publications in Detroit that are enjoying significant success. The "Detroit Business Journal" for example, is enjoying great success as well as expanding into areas like the internet. The "Detroit Free Press" on city-wide broadcast continues to grow as well.
Many people in and around the city remember when the city changed hands from the Detroit Lions to the Detroit Red Wings. Well the Wings are moving again. They have purchased the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will move to Florida. This change will make the "Detroit Free Press" very happy as they are getting their long-desired rebirth.
A new stadium was recently built for the Lions. It is a huge improvement over the notorious Pontiac Memorial Stadium. It seats eighty thousand fans and it is lighted so that even during the winter there is no problem with cold weather. It has a great artificial turf and state of the art lighting.
Detroit is in the middle of a building boom. There are many large skyscrapers rising right where the Detroit River flows into the city. It is truly an exciting time to be living in Detroit. You can take a boat tour of the "Rouge" after taking in the new stadiums.
Detroit's economic recovery is picking up and the" Detroit Free Press" is showing this. Small companies, owned and operated by Detroit citizens, are making record profits. " Detroit is seeing a new business, especially high-tech companies " say the editors of the " Detroit News." "Residential and small businesses are picking up after a tough two years," says the" Detroit Free Press."
"There have been some ups, and down in recent years, but, overall" says the" Detroit News." There are hopes that the city can regain momentum and regain its confidence. " But how do you feel about the new Detroit tax-break package? " Sound like a plan to you?
Well, the writer of that article seems to think it's a good idea. After all, the state of Michigan has a sales tax that is only a quarter of one percent. That still means a huge profit for the Detroit Free Press and its owners. It makes sense to me.
The state of Michigan is a great place to live. I enjoy being able to buy whole sections of the property for pennies on the dollar. Why should I pay taxes on some piece of property that is sitting there not doing anything for me? And not only do I not have to pay property taxes, I also have the right to build a tax rebate home of my own. I am sure you feel the same way. And so do thousands of other people who are looking for a great investment opportunity in the "real world" we call real estate.
As for the editorial board of the Detroit Free Press, well I am not sure if they understand their own job. I suppose they are responsible for keeping all of the facts straight about whatever they happen to be reporting on in the local news. But apparently they don't realize that a business that brings people to their store each day also needs to leave those customers with a smile and a warm "thank you." That doesn't make much sense, but then again, that's just their job.
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