Southfield council candidates look at job creation, filling vacant homes


Jeremy Moss, just 25 years old, is a lifelong resident of the city.

“I’ve seen how our city government works from several different levels,” he said. “For the past 20 or 30 years, we’ve been running the same government with some of the same people in charge. This is a chance for a fresh start to what we’re doing, because I don’t think our model is working.

Moss has worked for the city’s mayor and state representatives in his young career, calling his candidacy “the only to meet at the critical intersection of youth and experience.”