Neighbors get assistance at 'Occupy the Corner Detroit'

Detroiters living in some of the city's toughest neighborhoods are getting help from local leaders.

Councilwoman Mary Sheffield and Mayor Mike Duggan kicked off Occupy the Corner Detroit at Pingree and Linwood.

They want residents to know they are not alone.

The city is there to help with job training and even financial help if they're struggling to pay their utility bills. 

Friday night was the first of a series of Occupy the Corner Detroit events across the city.
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