How the City of Pontiac Could Rebound like Detroit
Some says it's on the verge of a comeback
As night fell over the city, teenagers traversed the scratchy overgrown weeds, past a red plywood “Danger, Keep Out” sign, and hoisted one another through a broken window and inside the once elegant but now vacant Elmer R. Webster Elementary school.
They set up their own ragged basketball hoop, then pushed old lunchroom benches into a circle to relax.
“We got no place to go,” said one 16-year-old, who calls himself “Batman” — “Cause this our bat cave.”
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