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Active Employees married to a City of Detroit Retiree are now eligible to enroll their spouse for health care coverage effective January 1, 2017

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Please visit the online system www.mydetroitbenefits.com to enroll your retired spouse. Eligibility Documentation is required. You may also call toll-free (855) 224 6200 to complete your enrollment over the phone with a representative. Note that call volumes are heavy during the open enrollment p... Read More »

Statement from the Police and Fire Retirement System:

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

We applaud Mayor Duggan for addressing the issue of the projected pension system funding shortfall. We also appreciate his renewed commitment to fully funding Pensions for all Detroit retirees. There was a rush to enter into bankruptcy and an equal push to exit bankruptcy without a full analysis of ... Read More »

Special Health Care Funds For Detroit First Responders Covered Reimbursements To Expire March 31

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

DETROIT – First responders and their families may have unused funds in a health services reimbursement account that must be used by March 31, 2016 before it expires. The Health Care Reimbursements (HRA) for 2016 is being switched to a new third party administrator, Automated Benefit Service... Read More »

The Coverage: Detroit Bankruptcy One Year Later

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

DJC reporters chronicled the city’s recovery from bankruptcy. Where are we now? Read More »

Exclusive Detroit poll: 69% say city headed in right direction

Sunday, December 13, 2015

A year after Detroit exited the nation's largest bankruptcy, a solid majority of residents polled - 69% - say city is heading in the right direction Read More »

Howes: Hard work follows Detroit bankruptcy success

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

One year after its epic bankruptcy concluded, Detroit is a city on the mend. Read More »

Detroit facing challenges one year after bankruptcy

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

One year after exiting its historic Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy, the city of Detroit’s balance sheet shows the city making some financial progress. Read More »

Detroit on track after bankruptcy, report says

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Looming city pension obligations, other debt repayment remains substantial, commission finds Read More »

It’s Not Just Detroit

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Underfunded pension funds could trip up other municipalities, not only Detroit. Read More »

City pension funds on better path

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Detroit's two municipal pension funds are in position to make investments again for the first time since emerging from bankruptcy. Read More »

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Nov

03

Active Employees married to a City of Detroit Retiree are now eligible to enroll their spouse for health care coverage effective January 1, 2017

Please visit the online system www.mydetroitbenefits.com to enroll your retired spouse. Eligibility Documentation is required. You may also call toll-free (855) 224 6200 to compl...

Read More »

Feb

23

Statement from the Police and Fire Retirement System:

We applaud Mayor Duggan for addressing the issue of the projected pension system funding shortfall. We also appreciate his renewed commitment to fully funding Pensions for all Detr...

Read More »