Turning Pontiac around

Fred Leeb, Pontiac's emergency financial manager, was appointed last spring by Michigan's governor to help turn around the financially stricken town of 66,000. He wants to either sell, lease or put back into use about half a dozen projects in Pontiac that city officials have pumped roughly $80 million into over the years. But they have made little to no profit from most of them.

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