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August 3, 2012

Free Community Viewing for Olympic Women's Boxing and Claressa Shields, Monday 8/6 8-10am Blackstone's in downtown Flint

Mayor Walling and Councilman Nolden invite the community to a free viewing event to watch Claressa Shields in her Olympic Women's Boxing debut. The community viewing is set for Monday August 6th 8am to 10am at Blackstone's in downtown Flint to watch Claressa Shields in her first Olympic bout live from London. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend and cheer her on.

Event is free. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
 
For more information you can call my cell anytime 810-280-7684 or Councilman Nolden 810-252-5170.

April 26, 2012

Chevy In The Hole Update and Media Tour
The Chevy in the Hole Project team will be hosting a construction update and media tour of the remediation and redevelopment activities being conducted at the site.  Participants who will be available for comment include: Dayne Walling, Mayor; Steve Montle, Project Manager; Joel Parker, Project Designer and Engineer; Bart Sexton, Construction Manager.  Read Advisory

April 24, 2012

White House Honors Individual from Flint as Champion of Change

Information below from the White House on City of Flint and Center for Community Progress work on brownfield redevelopment, including the Chevy in the Hole greening project, being honored by the White House today with recognition to Steve Montle as a Champion for Change.
 
Mayor Walling statement: "Flint is transforming into a sustainable 21st Century city. You can see the progress at the former Chevy in the Hole site thanks to Steve Montle's leadership and perseverance. It is vital that we clean up our brownfields and make them valuable again for our neighborhoods and businesses. It is encouraging to see Flint recognized for positive change."  Read News Release

 

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