Melanie Markowicz, deputy executive of the Wayne County office of community and economic development, pets a Wayne County Sheriff's horse at Newburgh Mill, one of several old industrial mills that Wayne County hopes to convert to new destinations along Hines Drive and the Middle Rouge River on Dec. 4, 2018. Khalil Rahal, county director of economic development, is in the background.
Melanie Markowicz, deputy executive of the Wayne County office of community and economic development, pets a Wayne County Sheriff's horse at Newburgh Mill, one of several old industrial mills that Wayne County hopes to convert to new destinations along Hines Drive and the Middle Rouge River on Dec. 4, 2018. Khalil Rahal, county director of economic development, is in the background. Detroit Free Press via AP John Gallagher
Melanie Markowicz, deputy executive of the Wayne County office of community and economic development, pets a Wayne County Sheriff's horse at Newburgh Mill, one of several old industrial mills that Wayne County hopes to convert to new destinations along Hines Drive and the Middle Rouge River on Dec. 4, 2018. Khalil Rahal, county director of economic development, is in the background. Detroit Free Press via AP John Gallagher