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Sit Down Protest Expected at Tonight’s City Council Meeting

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A sit down protest of decisions made by Emergency Manager Ed Kurtz and City Administrator Michael Brown is expected to take place at tonight’s city council meeting.

According to MLive, the protest is set to take place during the council meeting, which begins at 5:30 p.m. at Flint City Hall.

Member of the Occupy Flint group are expected to be in attendance in support of the council, although the group says they are not hosting the event.

Recent controversial decisions made by Brown and Kurtz include the transfer of Genesee Towers for demolition and blocking a move by council members to use city dollars and resources to conduct investigations or issue subpoenas.

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