Set of Specific Rules and Restrictions Put in Place for Councilman Eric Mays
A specific set of rules and restrictions have been put in place by Flint’s Emergency Manager for embattled City Councilman Eric Mays.
Earley – who along with Mayor Dayne Walling and Council President Scott Kincaid called for Mays resignation after the councilman’s arrest for allegedly drunk driving, possession of marijuana and two other charges – laid out the new guidelines for Mays on Friday evening. Among the rules are limits on Mays’ access to city offices and staff. It was also ruled that Mays can only speak at council meetings if recognized by the body’s president. Mays has resisted calls for his resignation last week. He was formally charged with four misdemeanors last week.
See the full list of rules and restrictions below: