Flint City Hall to partially reopen Monday, June 28, 2021

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FLINT, Michigan—Flint City Hall will partially reopen on Monday, June 28, 2021, as part of the City’s phased-in reopening plan. 

The following offices will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday starting June 28, 2021

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Flint residents can apply to receive a reduction on their property tax bills

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Flint, Michigan–Flint residents who are having trouble paying their property taxes can apply for a poverty exemption to get relief from part or all of their bill.

Poverty exemptions are available every year for eligible, low-income homeowners. The deadline to apply this ...

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See Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley present his FY22 proposed budget

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FLINT, Michigan — Mayor Sheldon Neeley today presented a $71-million FY2021-22 proposed budget to the Flint City Council. The balanced budget proposal makes investments in blight cleanup, the City Clerk’s office and the Ombudsperson’s office while keeping staffing levels and expenses stable.

“In this proposed budget, ...

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City of Flint Assessor Stacey Kaake takes on state leadership role

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FLINT, Michigan — City of Flint Assessor Stacey Kaake has been appointed president of the Michigan Assessors Association Board of Directors. The Michigan Assessors Association is an organization dedicated to advancing the field of assessing statewide, especially through education. 

“I am looking forward to ...

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City of Flint customer service office to reopen to the public

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced today that Flint City Hall will partially reopen to the public starting Wednesday as part of a planned, phased-in reopening.

The Customer Service department and City Hall lobby will reopen with limited hours beginning Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020. As ...

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Early financial estimates indicate Neeley administration saved approximately $2 million in taxpayer dollars

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FLINT, Michigan—Early financial estimates indicate that the administration of Mayor Sheldon Neeley saved approximately $2 million in taxpayer dollars in the recently completed fiscal year.

The budget for FY20, which ended on June 30, 2020, called for spending $58 million General Fund ...

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FACT SHEET:  Water Restorations in the City of Flint

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• Since Mayor Sheldon Neeley took office on Nov. 11, 2019, there have been NO water shutoffs in the City of Flint for lack of payment.

• Mayor Neeley ordered water service reconnected to all occupied residences in the City of Flint ...

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