Prominent Keizer names and faces, as well as the Keizer Civic Center, are popping up frequently in an unusual space: Detroit City Council meetings.
In recent months, the husband of one Keizer city councilor was appointed to the Detroit council, another Keizer city councilor was retained as the pro bono city attorney, and the city council opted to meet at the Keizer Civic Center despite closer venues. On April 19, the Marion County hired . . .