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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rodney Lockwood
While the city of Detroit is on the brink of bankruptcy, one developer sees an opportunity that can bring the city back to prosperity. Developer Rodney Lockwood wants Detroit to sell the city's Belle Isle Park for $1 billion to private investors who will then transform it into a utopia free of big government.
"We are among the people looking for answers to the city's problem," Mr. Lockwood told Detroit News.
Mr. Lockwood told TheBlaze he doesn't plan to make any formal offer to the city until the idea is thoroughly considered.