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‘This is urgent’: Mayor Sheldon Neeley calls on all residents to allow service lines to be replaced

‘This is urgent’: Mayor Sheldon Neeley calls on all residents to allow service lines to be replaced

FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint will continue accepting consent forms from residents to have their home’s service lines checked for …
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Mayor Neeley’s first Conversations in the Courtyard addresses resident concerns; Additional meeting times are available

Mayor Neeley’s first Conversations in the Courtyard addresses resident concerns; Additional meeting times are available

FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley met with residents today during his first Conversations in the Courtyard and discussed a variety of …
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Mayor Neeley plans Conversations in the Courtyard

Mayor Neeley plans Conversations in the Courtyard

FLINT, Michigan—Flint residents are invited to attend Conversations in the Courtyard and meet one-on-one with Mayor Sheldon Neeley to raise …
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City of Flint launches major push to BE COUNTED as Census deadline approaches

City of Flint launches major push to BE COUNTED as Census deadline approaches

FLINT, Michigan — With just 20 days remaining to complete the 2020 Census, the City of Flint is coordinating a …
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City Clerk's Office Hours Starting Sept. 14, 2020

City Clerk’s Office Hours Starting Sept. 14, 2020

For information regarding hours for the Flint City Clerk’s office, from Sept. 14 through Election Day, Nov. 3, please click …
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On Chief Terence Green’s first day in office, City of Flint destroys 384 guns; Flint will no longer be an arms dealer, Mayor Neeley says

On Chief Terence Green’s first day in office, City of Flint destroys 384 guns; Flint will no longer be an arms dealer, Mayor Neeley says

FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint has taken 384 guns off the streets permanently, fulfilling Mayor Sheldon Neeley’s pledge to stop …
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City of Flint receives $220,000 grant to Fight Blight 

City of Flint receives $220,000 grant to Fight Blight 

FLINT, Michigan—A $220,000 grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to the City of Flint will fund increased neighborhood cleanup …
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Temporary water service disruption expected on South Franklin today, Aug. 24, 2020

Temporary water service disruption expected on South Franklin today, Aug. 24, 2020

FLINT, Michigan—There will be a temporary water service disruption for one block of South Franklin Avenue at about 10 a.m …
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Mayor Neeley reminds residents to be cautious, use credible sources for information on Flint water lawsuit settlement

Mayor Neeley reminds residents to be cautious, use credible sources for information on Flint water lawsuit settlement

FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today issued a reminder to residents to be cautious and to use only reliable sources for …
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Statement from Mayor Sheldon Neeley regarding water lawsuit settlement

Statement from Mayor Sheldon Neeley regarding water lawsuit settlement

Mayor Sheldon Neeley issued the following statement regarding the settlement of the water lawsuit, which was announced today by the …
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