Council Pro Tem: Detroit Will Likely Cut Funding To Cultural Institutions

12/31/2011 10:01 am ET

DETROIT (WWJ) -- Although the New Year brings promise to a struggling city like Detroit, some of the city's high-profile cultural sites could be in jeopardy.

WWJ's Kathryn Larson spoke with City Council President Pro Tem Gary Brown, who said the city can no longer afford to subsidize the Detroit Zoo, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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