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

Posted by:

Share

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 ...

Continue Reading →
0

Reminder regarding proper placement of political signs

Posted by:

Share

Below is a statement issued July 14, 2020, by the Department of Planning and Development:

The City of Flint is reminding all candidates for public office that city ordinances forbid the placement of temporary signs in the city right-of-way.

The full ordinance is available here. Political signs can ...

Continue Reading →
0

Court Street water main installation to cause service disruption to residents in coming weeks

Posted by:

Share

FLINT, Michigan – Homes in the East Court Street area will be connected to a newly installed water main over the next two weeks, according to Spalding DeDecker, the city’s construction engineering contractor on the project. As part of that ...

Continue Reading →
0

City of Flint responding to pop-up parties with additional enforcement 

Posted by:

Share

FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today reminded all residents that gatherings of more than 100 people are NOT allowed per Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order. No festivals nor other large gatherings shall be permitted in the City of Flint, in accordance with the ...

Continue Reading →
0

Water restored to East Court Street area after temporary service disruption

Posted by:

Share

FLINT, Michigan—Water service was temporarily disrupted to some households in the College and Cultural Neighborhood today. 

A contractor working on the East Court Street rehabilitation project broke a valve. Repair work required that water at the main be temporarily shut ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 5 of 86 «...34567...»