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Mayor Hieftje has confirmed to the News a report by the Michigan Information and Research Service Inc. that he’s being considered for a post with the Michigan Public Service Commission, the three-member board that sets rates for public utilities and regulates private utilities.
Hieftje is one of three candidates being considered for the post. MIRS said the others are Curtis Blessing, a Detroit attorney who was active in the Detroit mayoral campaigns of Freman Hendrix and Dennis Archer, and Orjiakor Isiogu, the director of the Michigan Public Service Commission’s telecommunications operation.
In the event of Hieftje’s selection by Governor Granholm, Mayor Pro-tem Easthope would assume mayoral duties.
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