Critically important service line replacement work halted because of City Council delays

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FLINT, Michigan—After seven years of devastation caused by the Flint water crisis, the City Council has forced a shutdown of the City’s service line replacement project just when completion of the project is finally within reach.

The City Council has repeatedly postponed approval ...

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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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EPA begins demolition of former Brown’s Funeral Home site in Flint, Michigan

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Issued by the Environmental Protection Agency

Contact: Rachel Bassler, [email protected], 312-965-8901

CHICAGO (March 23, 2021) – In April, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will begin demolishing the former Brown’s Funeral Home at 1616 Davison Road in Flint. EPA anticipates the cleanup, including the removal of ...

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