DETROIT (WXYZ) - Detroit's new Emergency Financial Manager says he has taken care of "quite embarrassing" tax liens that were filed against his Maryland home.
News of the liens broke on Saturday. The liens were filed against Kevyn Orr's home because of $16,000 in unpaid unemployment taxes.
Orr is apologizing for the mix-up, saying it was just something that fell through the cracks. He also said the took care of the situation as soon as he became aware of it.
Orr was appointed Detroit's Emergency Financial Manager on Thursday. He will officially take charge of the city's finances on March 25.
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