KDKA: Jon Delano

I was out of town for several days, on a trip to Lansing, Michigan (yes, I'll be updating my "states visited" map). Back in town, two interesting political items dominate the news: one the demographics of the fiscal oversight committee appointed to supervise the city, the second the provocative idea that the city and county might actually merge.

I don't have a dog in either fight; this item is about something related: For insight into both, I rely on local political analyst Jon Delano. I'm fortunate to have John as a neighbor and an information source, and Carnegie Mellon is fortunate to have him as an adjunct faculty member.


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