CHICAGO – Detroit and Michigan officials unveiled a new agreement that outlines key reforms the city must implement to win release of badly needed dollars from a bond-financed escrow account controlled by the state.

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon Thursday morning signed a memorandum of understanding that features 10 so-called milestones the city must reach over the next several weeks.

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