BENTON HARBOR - The Benton Harbor City Commission approved a resolution Monday asking the Michigan Treasury Department to get directly involved with the city's fiscal crisis.
During a news conference earlier Monday, Emergency Financial Manager Joseph Harris presented several possible options to solve the crisis brought on when voters rejected two millage renewals worth a combined $1.4 million. The city could outsource its police services to Berrien County, put the millages on the ballot again, levy a special assessment or go bankrupt, Harris said. He said he would decide on a plan by the end of the week.
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