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Flint to Form Water Advisory Committee with Members of Community

The City of Flint has announced the formation of a water advisory committee made up of 40 citizens in an effort to provide the community with ongoing information in the city's effort to maintain a safe water supply and to improve the quality.

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Officials Urge Residents to Take Precautions to Protect Pipes

The City of Flint is urging residents to take precautions to protect their home plumbing during the freezing temperatures.

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AAA: Statewide Gas Prices Up A Nickel, Cheapest in Flint

Gas prices increased from last week, AAA Michigan reports. Michigan's current statewide average is about $2.29 per gallon, about five cents more than last week's average. It's the third week in a row that weekly gas prices have risen above $2.

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Over $3.2 million in Federal Housing Grants Coming to Mid-Michigan

Fifth Congressional District Representative Dan Kildee has announced that over $3.2 million in federal grants are coming to mid-Michigan.

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Water Bill Mailing for Some Flint Customers Delayed

The City of Flint announced today that water bills for 4,500 water service customers in the area south of I-69 are being mailed this Saturday, a week later than normal.

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Flint Announces Hiring of Water Consultant to Assess City’s Water Issues

The City of Flint announced today it has retained a team of urban water experts from Veolia North America to conduct an analysis of the city's water system.

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Careers in Music Focus of Mott Community College Open House

Students who are planning a career in music will learn what it takes to work in the music industry at an open house hosted by the Mott Community College music department this week.

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MCC to Host College Goal Sunday Event

Mott Community College will host College Goal Sunday this weekend for prospective students to get help navigating the requirements of financial aid and FAFSA.

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Flint & Genesee Chamber Looking to Hire 50-Plus Staff for YouthQuest Program

The Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce has announced they are looking to hire 50-plus staff for its YouthQuest after-school program.

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City of Flint Asks for Residents Help in Clearing Snow

The City of Flint is asking for residents help in clearing snow after more than 12 inches fell since Sunday and more expected this weekend.

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