Detroit Mayor Bing called for a special meeting today to address the city's impending cash crisis.
The council was ready to meet, but it appears the meeting was called off after concerns were raised about following the Open Meetings Act.
A special Detroit City Council meeting on Monday was halted when the city's law department said it hadn't followed the Open Meetings Act.
Bing had called for the meeting in the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center to request the City Council to adopt a resolution to approve a legal services contract for Miller Canfield. The mayor had also wanted City Council to adopt a resolution that would amend the city's 2012-2013 budget to address a pension shortfall.
While the meeting was open to the public, concern arose because the notice for the meeting was posted Sunday -- when the building isn't open. It's a requirement of the Open Meetings Act that a notice be posted in public.