The city of Detroit has been in a steady state of decline for years.
Its population is shrinking, its economy is shrinking and it has lost a large chunk of its manufacturing workforce.
However, it has managed to retain the manufacturing industry as a core part of its overall economy.
In a recent study, the city of St. Clair County found that it retains about 30% of its workforce in the textile industry.
With the city planning to rezone the surrounding area, the company that makes the Feroze fabrics is looking to hire some of its employees, according to Reuters.
Feroza is the largest textile company in the U.S. and employs about 200 people in the region.
The company is hiring workers to make clothing and apparel for its factories.
But its manufacturing plant in Wayne County is in a state of disrepair and its workers are looking for new jobs.
As part of the rezone plan, Detroit is looking for ways to make its textile industry viable.
In order to do that, Detroit will have to find more jobs for its workers.
But with Detroit facing a $5.7 billion deficit, the rezoning of the area will have a significant impact on the company.
Detroit has already been rezoned by the U of D, which has approved the rezonings for the textile plant, but the city’s plan to rezon the area could have a more significant impact.
According to the Detroit News, the Detroit rezonal will be the largest in the city and will bring about an estimated $100 million in additional funding for the city.
Fidoze CEO David O’Brien said that he believes that the reZoning will provide jobs and economic development in the area.
He added that the company is looking forward to working with the city on the re-zoning.
The Detroit City Council has been working on the plan for months and now it is time for the reZone to be implemented.
As the city rezones areas, it is imperative that they get more people to the area to start the process of creating jobs.
But what happens if the workers are displaced?
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said that they will look into this.
Detroit is trying to keep its textile workforce.
But according to the city, the workers that are leaving the area may not be able to return.
“The plan to relocate those workers to a new facility will be in place over the coming months.
But we will have ongoing conversations with the workers and with our workforce on this,” Duggan told the Detroit Free Press.
Detroit’s textile industry is not the only industry that is looking at rezoring areas in order to hire more people.
The New York City Department of City Planning has already approved the citywide rezoner and it is expected to take effect on January 31.
The city is also looking to develop an industrial parks plan for the area and it will also look to rezonage the area’s surrounding areas, as well.
In Detroit, Ferozies workers have been told that they could be offered jobs at other textile plants in the United States.
In the future, Detroit could look to move its textile workers to places like New York and the Netherlands.
This is not to say that all of the textile factories in Detroit are going to be rezonaged, however.
Fitozies will be able open up factories in New York, the Netherlands, France, and Italy.