Family, friends and followers of Dominick Calhoun’s life, murder, and the trial of his killer Brandon Hayes have not been relaxing now that the justice has been served in the court system. With legislation written in Dominick’s name still in the Michigan House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, the group has turned to other ways to promote child abuse awareness and camaraderie with group members
In November, it was announced that the City of Flint would be put in charge of a Financial Manager. Due to the changes made in Public Act 4, passed in 2011, managers who are appointed to manage a municipality’s finances have more control over budget items, including more control over collective bargaining agreements
The April 2010 abuse and murder of four year old Dominick Calhoun sparked sorrow and outrage in Genesee County and received attention across the United States. Many looked for answers and ways to ensure that no child has to endure the torture and abuse Dominick endured, and as the community mourned the death of Dominick, a group formed centered around "Dominick's Law
A town hall meeting originally scheduled for January 11th has been moved to 7 P.M. on January 10th at Brandon Middle School, 609 South Ortonville Road in Ortonville. The meeting is being hosted by Senator Dave Robertson (R - Grand Blanc) and Representative Brad Jacobsen (R - Oxford)
State Senator Dave Robertson (R - Grand Blanc Township) and State Representative Bradford Jacobsen (R - Oxford) are hosting a town hall meeting regarding Senate Bill 52 and its companion House Bill 4036, which would allow local units of government to lower speed limits on gravel roads
A little over a month after being recalled from office by less than a percentage point, former Representative Paul Scott (R - Grand Blanc) is considering his next move, one that may involve running again for public office
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