Just north of Detroit, 3rd largest city in Michigan, where I live.
BTW our mayor shouldn’t be shown with the others, he’s keeping city services going w/o layoffs of police and fire, also no tax increases.
In Ohio, southeast of Cleveland and north of Youngstown. I grew up there. I go back for high school class reunions. It's appalling what has happened to my old home town.
I once had a summer job at Republic Steel, in Warren, between years at college. I quickly understood the union mentality and what it was doing to productivity at the plant. I'm not surprised that the whole plant is now sitting there abandoned and rusting.
Unions, taxes, and regulations killed the Rust Belt. The only solution to some of those cities is to pile dirt on them and start over with a population willing to work.
Cleveland and East Cleveland are different cities.
Warren Michigan borders Detroit on it’s Northern border. It’s the other side of 8 mile. It’s a working class union area that used to have 180,000 and now is down to 133,000.