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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City of Flint puts trash contractor on notice for ongoing widespread service failures

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FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint today officially notified Republic Services that it is in breach of its contract for widespread service failures. The letter demands Republic restore all service throughout the City and fulfill its contractual obligations to provide trash, recycle, ...

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How to be a part of Flint’s Black Lives Matter Advisory Council 

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FLINT, Michigan—Flint residents who are interested in being a part of the Black Lives Matter Advisory Council to the Flint Police Department are invited to officially express their interest.

The new citizen-led initiative announced this week by Mayor Sheldon Neeley is ...

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City of Flint resumes service line replacement project

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FLINT, Michigan—The City of Flint this week will resume the service line replacement project, which remains on target for completion by the end of this year.

The service line replacement project is working to replace all lead and galvanized pipes carrying water to residential homes in the ...

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Mayor Neeley creates Black Lives Matter Advisory Council for Flint Police Department, announces other city actions

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today announced a series of actions being taken by the City of Flint in response to the death of George Floyd. Upon speaking to multiple community members and listening to the ...

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MTA offers rides for those seeking COVID-19 testing; Free testing for Flint residents returning this weekend 

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FLINT, Michigan—The Mass Transportation Authority announced today that it would offer rides for asymptomatic individuals seeking COVID-19 testing.

“We know access to transportation is a major hurdle for many in our community,” said Ed Benning, ...

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Mayor Sheldon Neeley denounces Council President’s mistreatment of City Clerk Inez Brown

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today is denouncing Council President Monica Galloway for her treatment of City Clerk Inez Brown during the Flint City Council meeting on May 26, 2020. Ms. Galloway repeatedly talked over, interrupted and spoke condescendingly to Clerk Brown for ...

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