The Detroit City Council is set to reconvene next week to reconsider a vote on a controversial legal contract with public finance firm Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC that state officials have said is required before they will release badly needed bond proceeds to the city.

Mayor Dave Bing called the council into special session Monday to take a fresh vote on the contract, which the council rejected last Tuesday 8-1.

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