FLINT, Michigan – Mayor Sheldon Neeley today notified City Hall department heads that they can be excused from City Council meetings after 9 p.m.
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FLINT, Michigan–The City of Flint’s customer service department is temporarily closed due to exposure to COVID-19. The department is expected to reopen on Friday, May 15, 2020, after a thorough cleaning.
For urgent needs, such as water service reconnection, residents can call (810) 410-2020 for assistance.
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FLINT, Michigan—Republic Services announced it is restoring curbside bulk collection along with the yard waste and compost pickup in the City of Flint starting on April 27. The service coincides with residents’ regular trash service schedule.
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FLINT, Michigan—Genesee Health System will launch a mobile testing unit to help increase COVID-19 testing availability, especially in hard-to-reach Flint neighborhoods.
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FLINT, Michigan—Hurley Medical Center will begin conducting drive-through testing for COVID-19 on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Patients must call ahead to get an appointment for the testing and they must meet state testing criteria.
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FLINT, Michigan–Drive through testing will soon begin in Flint, thanks to the collaborative efforts of the City of Flint, State of Michigan, and Hurley Medical Center. Testing is scheduled to begin Wednesday, April 15, 2020.
Mayor Sheldon Neeley and state Rep. Cynthia ...Continue Reading →