A newly created bond-issuing authority that will operate Detroit’s convention center last week announced a new management staff to act as a transition team as the city prepares to transfer control of the center to the new agency on Sept. 15.

The Detroit Regional Convention ­Facility Authority appointed a chief executive officer, a chief financial officer, a chief construction officer, and a chief communications officer to oversee operations of Cobo Center, Detroit’s convention center. The move is part of a $300 million bond-financed plan to rehab the aging center and retain its key event, the North American International Auto Show.

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