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After failed attempt, Detroit's Silverdome finally implodes
An implosion of the Pontiac Silverdome on Dec. The demolition company now will decide whether to bring the columns down by detonating the unexploded charges or use excavators.
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A timetable for when that might happen is not known. The stadium also hosted a record crowd of nearly 93, in September , when a mass was celebrated by Pope John Paul II.
Pontiac Silverdome implosion fail: What went wrong and what
Metro Detroit weather: Monitoring storm threat Weather. Police say Sterling Heights man chased mom with handgun before barricading himself inside home News. Former Local 4 reporter Ashlee Baracy calls out body-shamers during pregnancy Lifestyle. The Silverdome, an 80,seat stadium located in Pontiac, Mich. Mass layoffs and automotive plant closures have wreaked havoc on the local economy.
Budget deficits are deep, foreclosures are widespread, and the population shrinking — from about 2 million people in the s to about , today. The foreclosure crisis started in the communities servicing the auto plants, but is now spreading to more affluent areas, says Jamele Hage , who is currently running a mortgage foreclosure program for Wayne County that counsels residents and works with lenders to renegotiate loans. This year in Harper Woods , located west of Detroit in Wayne County, property values fell 19 percent. City Assessor Gerald Owczarzak says he expects values to fall another 19 percent in Fortunately, we have people buying which is good.
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People are getting great deal on homes. But that is what is causing assessments to drop.
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An Oakland County judge has halted the sale until at least Monday. A rival buyer filed an injunction to block the sale. The city of Pontiac now owns the stadium and is keen to offload it because of high maintenance costs.
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