March 20, 2017 (Flint, Mich)— The City of Flint’s Interim Chief Financial Officer, David Sabuda along with staff in the Treasury Department have scheduled water services to be shut off at two ...Continue Reading →
March 17, 2017 (FLINT, Mich)– Mayor Karen Weaver met with members of the Flint Chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, America’s oldest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization.
Members including, Patrick Fergerson and John Potbury, stopped by the Mayor’s Office this week to discuss the festivities the group planned to celebrate their Irish heritage.
“We used to ...Continue Reading →
MSF Approves Grant to Huntington Bank, Company Bringing $5.4-million Private Investment, 60 New Jobs Coming to Downtown
LANSING, Mich. – In the latest progress toward attracting businesses, employment and visitors to the City of Flint, Huntington Bank will create 60 new jobs and invest nearly $5.4 million in the ...Continue Reading →
March 9, 2017 (Flint, Mich)– The Flint Police Department is making great strides to be more engaged and embedded in area neighborhoods. Officials held a grand opening Thursday morning for a new Flint Police Neighborhood Service Center. It is the fourth police service center now open in the city. The ...Continue Reading →
March 7, 2017 (FLINT, Mich) — Mayor Karen Weaver and FAST Start Coordinator Michael McDaniel today told hundreds of participants attending the Water Infrastructure Conference in Flint that the water crisis and the need to replace Flint’s damaged drinking water system is just one ...Continue Reading →
An informal swearing-in ceremony was held at City Hall Monday for 18 individuals set become the reserve officers for the City of Flint. Chief Timothy Johnson and others from the Flint Police Department held an official graduation ceremony for the new officers Monday evening. The men and women of various ages ...Continue Reading →